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A Case of Good Management: IT Alignment at Calvin College
May 10, 2004

This case study explores the information technology vision, processes, plans, and structures that create alignment with institutional goals at Calvin College. Calvin is a comprehensive, liberal a…

IT Leadership Development: The University of Kansas Mentoring Program
April 27, 2004

This research bulletin explores a key finding of the 2004 ECAR study, Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education: The Condition of the Community, that indicates that mentoring makes a …

Achieving Alignment Through Strategic Information Technology Management at The University of Memphis
April 26, 2004

This case study explores the processes and structures put in place by the first chief information officer of The University of Memphis in order to align its information technology organization wi…

Reflections on Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education
April 13, 2004

In this case study, five experienced chief information officers share their insights about information technology leadership in higher education. They discuss the qualities of a good IT leader, w…

Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education: The Condition of the Community
February 19, 2004

Abstract Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education: The Condition of the Community reports the results of a quantitative survey of 1,850 IT leaders and professionals at 765 h…

Leadership Style and the IT Leader in Higher Education: Summary of Findings
November 20, 2003

This session will present findings from two recent studies that investigated the relationship between leadership style and IT leadership in higher education. The studies provide evidence that lea…

The CIO in Higher Education: Leadership, Competencies, Effectivenes
October 28, 2003

As more IT leaders assume a cabinet-level role as chief information officer, colleges and universities with truly effective IT leaders have a strategic advantage. This bulletin analyzes the findi…

Leading the IT Workforce in Higher Education
October 29, 2008 | A session at the EDUCAUSE 2008 Annual Conference

This session will present the results of recent ECAR research by Philip Goldstein on IT leadership. The research examined critical topics including the potential impact on the workforce of boomer r…

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