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March 2018 1 0207 601 7100 | | Putting Your Institution's Learning Culture First Tips to Help Administrators Connect Your Campus Do staff members teach leadership without leaving time to learn how to best use their own institution's systems and processes? Blackbaud is bridging the gap, offering tips below to help your institution create a culture of learning for administrators. Effective Organization Leadership Innovation has driven the expectation for digitally connected campuses. Here's how you can execute processes and empower people to achieve that goal at your school. • De-silo meetings and promote discussions on how to integrate teams and their work. By making a decision to focus on a student-centered ecosystem, teams shift from protecting territory and processes to engaging in innovation. • Review reoccurring departmental meetings and include representatives from other departments that indirectly connect with your team. Department diplomacy begins with ambassadors. • Systematically perform a business process review from beginning to end, expanding the assessment beyond individual departments to see how one change affects all. A connected campus begins with connected people. • Study abroad from across the hall. Develop a staff exchange program that provides a hands-on opportunity for one department team member to see how another works for students. • Never underestimate the power of a meeting to celebrate the go-live date of new software. Remember, the software connects your processes. The cake connects your people.

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