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ACL Webinar Consortial Survival 101. November 18, 2009 Julie Goldman Director, Southeastern Conference Academic Consortium. Webinar Goals. Provide a forum for discussion among consortium and center directors.

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Acl webinar consortial survival 101

ACL WebinarConsortial Survival 101

November 18, 2009

Julie Goldman

Director, Southeastern Conference Academic Consortium


Webinar goals
Webinar Goals

  • Provide a forum for discussion among consortium and center directors.

  • Share and identify best practices for helping keep your organization viable now and in the future.


Webinar format
Webinar Format

  • Facilitated discussion – everyone brings knowledge and ideas to the group.

  • Specific areas for discussion will be identified and participants are encouraged to share their experiences and ideas.


Topic outline
Topic Outline

  • Positioning

  • Communicating

  • Promoting

  • Building relationships

  • Value added & return on investment

  • Thinking big

  • Change is good


Positioning
Positioning

  • Organizational focus--Who are we?

  • Shared vision--What do we do…or not do?

  • Clear mission--Do we need to re-evaluate or re-align?


Communicating
Communicating

  • Communicating up, down, and sideways

  • Telling the story

  • Networking


Promoting
Promoting

  • Believe in it, then sell it

  • Getting the message out

  • Using the tools you are given

  • Celebrating successes


Building relationships
Building Relationships

  • Commitment and involvement--Is your board on board?

  • Trust and transparency

  • Face time and the personal touch

  • Planting seeds and pulling weeds

  • Thanksgiving--giving credit where credit is due


Value added
Value Added

“Show me the money!!!!!!!!!!”

(Jerry Maguire movie)


Value added return on investment
Value Added & Return on Investment

  • Value added—what is it?

  • Value added—why is it important?

  • How can we show ROI if there is no I?


Thinking big
Thinking Big

  • I have a dream, they have a dream, everyone has their own dream…now what?

  • Don’t limit yourself

  • Believe--envision the future and sell the dream


Change is g ood
Change is good

"If you want to make enemies, try to change something."— Woodrow Wilson

  • The way it has always been done got us here in the first place

  • Opportunity knocks

  • Doing things differently is why consortia exist


Conclusions best practices
Conclusions & Best Practices

  • So now what do we do?


Additional comments or areas of discussion
Additional Comments or Areas of Discussion


Resources
Resources

  • The Financial Downturn and It’s Impact on Higher Education, National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) http://www.nacubo.org/documents/Impact%20of%20the%20Economy%20on%20Higher%20Education.pdf

  • Collective Foresight: The Leadership Challenges for Higher Education’s Future, American Council on Education

    http://www.acenet.edu/AM/Template.cfm?Section=HENA&TEMPLATE=/CM/HTMLDisplay.cfm&CONTENTID=26463


Thank you for your participation
Thank you for your participation!

Contact Information:

Julie Goldman

[email protected]

479-575-4332

www.secac.net


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