White Papers : Nov 06, 2017

Why Read This Report

Who is in line to become the next generation of higher education CIOs? What skills and experiences are expected of these future leaders? How do they develop those required skills and experiences? The Higher Education Technology Leaders report, created by Center for Higher Education Chief Information Officer Studies (CHECS), answers these questions. This research report provides insight into who technology leaders are, what they are doing, and if they are pursuing a CIO position as well as highlights the need to increase efforts in developing and mentoring technology leaders with an emphasis on gender diversity.

CHECS has studied higher education technology leaders since 2009, making the report a valuable resource for CIOs and technology leaders.

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Table of Contents

  1. 2017 Sponsors
  2. 2017 Institution Subscribers
  3. Table of Contents
  4. Acknowledgements
  5. 2017 CHECS Advisory Board
  6. Foreword
  7. Introduction
  8. Results Summary
    1. TL Gender
    2. Percentage of Female TLs, 2009–2017
    3. By Gender—Those Who Want to be a CIO
    4. Aspiring TLs by Gender
    5. Required CIO Skills Comparison
    6. IMT Perspective: Technology Degree Major Needed by CIO, 2010–2017
    7. Higher Education TL Study Results, 2009–2017
  9. References
  10. About CHECS
  11. About Wayne Brown