Practice Guide: Change Management in Higher Education Technology Projects

Why Read This Research

Higher education is slow to change. As institutions face the inevitable reality that methods and procedures need constant upkeep to align with standards and expectations, it is critical for IT leaders on campus to implement change management strategies. Although the pandemic forced institutions to change quickly, the changes forced upon institutions are not sustainable. To successfully enforce change, one must first understand the complexity behind it. Read this research to get informed on current trends, practices, and practical recommendations for implementing change management on campus.

Key Questions Answered

  • Can benefits of change management also be considered challenges?
  • How have certain societal changes impacted change management?
  • What practices lower the risk of significant technology projects?


  • Author: Dave Kieffer, Vice President, Research and Analysis, Tambellini Group
  • Research Availability: October 2021

Table of Contents

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Practice Landscape
  3. Practice Trends
  4. Practice Recommendations
  5. Related Research

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