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Debunking 5 Myths: How Feasible is a Shared Services Model in Higher Ed

Debunking 5 Myths: How Feasible is a Shared Services Model in Higher Ed

With rising tuition, research dollars shrinking, and state budget allocations being reduced, the higher education industry has important cost issues to address. To manage this, a growing number of colleges and universities are adopting a shared services model for various activities and transactions. However, the higher education sector is relatively new to the adoption of such a model, and there are already a number of frequently voiced myths that, if believed, can leave an institution hesitant to implement shared services.

Ronn Kolbash, Associate Vice President for Shared Services, University of Chicago and Stephanie Avallone, Director of Service & Quality Management, Yale University debunk these myths in this exclusive article.

Yale University’s Strategy to Successful Faculty Buy-In

Yale University’s Strategy to Successful Faculty Buy-In

Despite the obvious process improvements and efficiencies afforded by a shared services model, many institutions struggle to upend deeply-rooted processes that prevent cost-savings and efficiencies. Stephanie Avallone, Director, Strategy & Quality Management at Yale Shared Services, walks us through the university's strategy, implementation and continual improvements in this exclusive interview.

Anticipated Attendee Snapshot

Anticipated Attendee Snapshot

This event will provide attendees with strategies to effectively develop, implement, and analyze a cost-effective and productive higher education shared services model. The following VPs, Directors, Deans, Provosts and more from some of the nation's top higher-education institutions have joined us in the past. We expect to see them again this April in Dallas. Will we be adding your name to the list?

People over Processes is Key to Shared Services' Success

People over Processes is Key to Shared Services' Success

"I've learned over the years that the more time I spent with the people the more successful we become," says Pam Gabel, Executive Director, Shared Services Center, University of Michigan in this exclusive interview. It's all about the People. Processes can be trained. Process improvement can be strategized. It's easy to train people to do value mapping, but it's difficult to train someone to deliver a vision and to be responsive to people. That takes a lot more time.

Justify Your Trip Letter

Justify Your Trip Letter

Present your boss with this customizable letter detailing the reasons why you should attend the upcoming conference, and you'll be sure to receive approval to join us!
SSHE Benchmarking: How Does Your University Compare?

SSHE Benchmarking: How Does Your University Compare?

This benchmarking report showcases the results from live audience polling that was conducted with higher education and government shared services professionals at SSON's 9th Shared Services & Process Improvement for Higher Education & Government conference, which was held in United States in December 2016.

UCSF Case Study: Leveraging Enterprise-Wide HR Shared Services in Higher Education

UCSF Case Study: Leveraging Enterprise-Wide HR Shared Services in Higher Education

This Case Study details the ways in which Shared Services have helped the University of California San Francisco, including the benefits of meeting budget restrictions head on.
Which Shared Services Model is Right for You?

Which Shared Services Model is Right for You?

In this exclusive interview, Kevin Hegary, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, University of Michigan, helps us understand that designing your shared services model to solve the problems your organization is currently facing is the key to success.

SSHE Advisory Board: A Proactive Approach to Shared Services

SSHE Advisory Board: A Proactive Approach to Shared Services

Ahead of the 2nd Shared Services in Higher Education Summit, we sat down with some of the biggest influencers on our SSHE Advisory Board in order to gather their insight on the challenges they have faced along their shared services journies.

CURRENT ATTENDEE SNAPSHOT - Shared Services in Higher Education Summit

CURRENT ATTENDEE SNAPSHOT - Shared Services in Higher Education Summit

Will we be adding your name to the list? Download the Current Attendee Snapshot to see who you can expect to network with on-site. Don’t forget to check out the last page for exclusive opportunities available to network with our high-level audience at this year’s event!

How to Tailor Shared Services for Your University: An Information Technology Perspective

How to Tailor Shared Services for Your University: An Information Technology Perspective

We linked up with keynote speaker, Dr. Michael H. Hites, Senior Associate Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Administrative IT Services, University of Illinois System to get his expertise on how IT can be so crucial to adding value to shared services.

SSHE Awards Application

SSHE Awards Application

We are accepting applications for the SSHE Excellence Awards! If you have a success story in your organization that you would like to be recognized for, the deadline to submit your application is Friday, March 31st!

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Registration Form

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Strategies for Employee Engagement

Strategies for Employee Engagement

Ahead of the event, we interviewed our speakers, see what tactics they use to enhance their employee engagement and what successes they've seen!

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2018 Current Attendee Snapshot

2018 Current Attendee Snapshot

Take a look at who you can expect to network with at the 3rd Shared Services in Higher Education!
Examining Current Trends in US Higher Education Shared Services Centers

Examining Current Trends in US Higher Education Shared Services Centers

In this Shared Services for Higher Education Report find out:

  • What is enabling you to perform more knowledge based work?
  • What is the biggest talent challenge your SSC faces?
  • Where are you on the Robotics Process Automation (RPA) journey?