This 2010 ECAR study is an analysis of how the economic recession is impacting information technology (IT) organizations and operations in higher education.
BiographyPhil Goldstein is the President of higher education management consultancy Goldstein & Associates. He is also the the co-founder with Mary Beth Baker of Next Generation, LLC, an IT leadership executive search consultancy. He has served higher education as a consultant and administrator for over 20 years. He held leadership positions in the education consulting practices of Coopers & Lybrand, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, where his work blended the fields of operations and information technology. Goldstein also served in an administrative capacity at the University of Pennsylvania, where he focused on new revenue generation and industry relations. Goldstein is a former ECAR research fellow. He has served as principal investigator and author of multiple ECAR research studies and has been a frequent speaker and author on topics including outsourcing, process reengineering, and the changing competitive landscape in higher education.
This document presents the key findings from Responding to Recession: IT Funding and Cost Management in Higher Education, the 2010 ECAR study of how the economic recession is impacting information technology (IT) organizations and operations in higher education.
This ECAR roadmap synthesizes the important issues and recommended actions drawn from the study Responding to Recession: IT Funding and Cost Management in Higher Education, by Philip J.