Your Institution’s Readiness

Our research indicates the next five years will widen the gap between institutions that have not begun to think about Dx and those that have started to prepare. This section will help you understand where your institution falls on the Dx journey so you can know where to focus your efforts.

56%

Percentage of our 2019 survey respondents who expect to be closer to full digital transformation than not within five years. Those who have not yet begun Dx initiatives are significantly more pessimistic about their five-year progress than those with Dx already underway.


"COVID-19 has pushed us all to become more agile, more strategic, more collaborative, and more focused. It has asked us to look at what we do in new ways and to prioritize outcomes in support of our mission more quickly and more directly than we ever have before. What it has done, in essence, is move colleges and universities into digital transformation faster and more directly than we could have ever imagined."

Christopher Brooks and Mark McCormack
EDUCAUSE
Christopher Brooks and Mark McCormack
Christopher Brooks and Mark McCormack
EDUCAUSE

Leading by Example

Developing a successful technology strategy requires a deeper understanding than ever before of institutional culture and needs. Two case studies from the University of the Pacific and Pomona College describe the process of designing a technology strategy that positions the institution for success.

Read the Case Study
56%

Percentage of our 2019 survey respondents who expect to be closer to full digital transformation than not within five years. Those who have not yet begun Dx initiatives are significantly more pessimistic about their five-year progress than those with Dx already underway.


"COVID-19 has pushed us all to become more agile, more strategic, more collaborative, and more focused. It has asked us to look at what we do in new ways and to prioritize outcomes in support of our mission more quickly and more directly than we ever have before. What it has done, in essence, is move colleges and universities into digital transformation faster and more directly than we could have ever imagined."

Christopher Brooks and Mark McCormack
EDUCAUSE

Leading by Example

Developing a successful technology strategy requires a deeper understanding than ever before of institutional culture and needs. Two case studies from the University of the Pacific and Pomona College describe the process of designing a technology strategy that positions the institution for success.

Read the Case Study

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Dx Signals Checklist

This checklist can give you a good idea of whether your institution is ready for the Dx journey. You might find that you’re already well on your way, or you might realize that you need to learn more before you can take the first steps on the journey.

Learn MoreReview the Dx Signals

Dx Capabilities

Understanding your institution’s current capabilities is an important step in assessing institutional Dx readiness. Take the Dx institutional Maturity Assessment under the Plan section of this journey site.

Learn MoreGo to the Maturity Assessment

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