Higher Digital worked with the University of Greenwich to migrate its academic marks from a custom legacy system to a modern digital platform. We worked with them to analyse, plan, execute, and test the migration of seven years of data in less than 12 months, enabling tighter integration and smoother evolution of assessment systems.
Higher Digital discovers UK and EU Higher Education Institutions’ challenges and priorities, and what Digital Transformation means to them as first-time conference exhibitor at UCISA’s CISG-PCMG19 conference.
AU adopted Higher Digital’s Simplified Enterprise Agile™ process, also known as (SEA)Change, which provided the training and team optimization to enable a more agile, product-focused approach that involved stakeholders throughout the organization. AU created a product management organization to manage product roadmaps, and embraced a more user-centric approach to developing application interfaces.
Higher Education Institutions have an incredible opportunity to increase enrollments and remain viable in today’s uncertain market. The modern workplace is rapidly evolving, so workers need to develop new or enhanced skills—leading to company-subsidized the retraining programs and increasing consumer demand for educational and training programs that help workers change jobs or advance their careers.
Your decision to hire an Enterprise Architect or bring one on as a consultant means that your institution is ready to think of IT as providing business value rather than as an organization that simply keeps the lights on for the institution.
Part 2: The Skills of an Enterprise Architect – in which we explore the skills that one should look for in an Enterprise Architect. They have a wide swath of responsibilities, goals, and authority, depending on the institution’s requirements as well as the basic skills and interests of the person who is filling that role.
As part of the next phase of digital transformation, institutions and Information Technology (IT) departments will need to understand their entire architecture and be responsible for overseeing a consistent investment toward improving their digital experience and ecosystem.
The last several days have been full of wonderful congratulatory messages. I appreciate everyone who has reached out and thank you all for your kind words. I’ve been thinking about this move to Higher Digital for several months now…to better leverage my skills and experience to help address the challenges within global higher education.