The questions in this assessment focus on organizational behaviors and conditions related to Technical Debt. Our data on these behaviors and conditions reflects several correlation patterns that will help you understand the sources and impacts of Technical Debt. For each correlation, we indicate how your answers fit with the pattern and how you can leverage the pattern to minimize Technical Debt at your institution.
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The CFO’s Role in Reducing Tech Debt in Higher Education
Whether you are anxious to grow enrollment, improve student experience, or increase your share of the online education market – if technology delivery is particularly slow – your institution probably has a tech debt problem.Read More
Fast Project, Slow Change
Digital transformation takes time. It is the product of hard work, long term investments, and a series of smaller successes. In his latest blog, Higher Digital President Joe Gottlieb shares how fast projects lead to slow change in a two-speed strategy for digital transformation.Read More
transformed: The Intersection of Business and Digital Transformation
President Joe Gottlieb welcomes Aimee Leishure, former SVP of Business Transformation at Laureate, to dive into the intersections of business transformation and digital transformation and how it can enhance the student experience.Read More
American University Adopts (SEA)change to Achieve Agile Digital Transformation
American University (AU) needed the ability to rapidly deploy its digital transformation initiatives in order to meet the ambitious goals outlined in a new strategic plan. Higher Digital instituted a new agile process that let AU roll out new projects on a continuous basis, while keeping users—from faculty to students to donors—at the center of everything.
Read more about these engagements in the AU Case Study (pdf).