Research-Informed Strategic Planning: An Interview with Dr. Danielle Wozniak
Aired June 24, 2021
Register to watch now!
Speaker, Dr. Wozniak, has a reputation as a turnaround expert who has consistently led over 300% enrollment growth around a consensus-based strategic plan.
As colleges and universities work to increase access, expand markets and drive tuition revenue, many are exploring strategies and options that take them into uncharted waters.
In times of economic stress, how can they reduce the risks associated with dramatic shifts in program delivery and target markets? How can they increase the likelihood of success?
In this interview with Dr. Danielle Wozniak, an institutional turnaround expert who has used consensus-based planning to drive dramatic growth, you’ll see how Yeshiva University is using research to inform and shape the planning process as the University attempts to broaden its base beyond traditional Orthodox Jewish roots.
• Understand how research can help build the consensus institutions need to make bold changes.
• Discover how to gain commitment from leadership.
• Learn how best to capture the attention of nontraditional students.
• Gain tips for minimizing risks when making major strategic changes.
About the Author
Dr. Danielle Wozniak
Dr. Wozniak is a growth strategist and distance learning leader who is committed to academic excellence. As an entrepreneurial and innovative leader, she was selected by the president of Yeshiva University to help guide organizational change and strategic planning at Yeshiva, and to support Yeshiva’s commitment to use education for the betterment of society. She has a reputation as a turnaround expert who has consistently led over 300% enrollment growth around a consensus-based strategic plan.
Dr. Wozniak has her Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Connecticut, a master’s degree in social work from Fordham University, and a Sixth Year Certificate in Educational Administration from the University of Hartford. Yeshiva University is a private, research university affiliated with Modern Orthodox Centrist Judaism.