NCCI Annual Conference
About the NCCI Annual Conference
The Network for Change and Continuous Innovation’s (NCCI) Annual Conference features Keynotes, General Sessions, and concurrent sessions designed to educate its attendees. The Conference provides unparalleled opportunities for members and non-members to share insights and solutions regarding continuous improvement, process improvement, strategic planning, Lean, project management, and innovation in higher education. The Annual Conference is held in July of each year, just before the National Association of College and University Business Officers’ (NACUBO) Annual Meeting.
The 2019 NCCI Annual Conference will take place July 10 – 12 at the Grand – Hyatt Denver in Denver, Colorado.
NCCI invites proposals for the 2019 Conference that reflect new and future ways of addressing the complex issues and challenges confronted by higher education. Strategy and improvement efforts related to academic, operational, financial, technical, and campus community engagement are of great interest for the 2019 Conference. We especially seek proposals that will enrich participants with practical, imaginative, and innovative applications for assessment, design, planning, implementation and highly effective leadership practice.
Please click on the link below for more details about the theme tracks, guidelines and contact information. Submission deadline for complete entries via the link below is Friday, December 7, 2018 at 5 pm ET.
The Grand – Hyatt Denver in Denver, Colorado
Here are the procedure for attendees to follow to book room reservations:
- Link – https://denver.grand.hyatt.com this is the hotel’s splash page
- Enter dates in the upper right
- Click on “Special Rates”
- Click on “Corporate or Group Code”
- Enter Group Code: G-NCCI
- Check availability
- Proceed accordingly with their confirmation process.
NCCI Annual Conference Future Dates and Locations
Be a part of change and innovation in higher education for years to come!
July 8 – 10, 2020
Learn how the NCCI Annual Conference can make a difference at your institution
Teresa Hartnett speaks about the benefits of networking at the Annual Conference, implementing best practices, and engaging with academic and administrative change leaders.
Opening Keynote speaker Shola Richards from the University of California, Los Angeles Health will be presenting "The Spirit of Ubuntu: Three Questions to Change How You Work, Live and Lead" Shola is a dynamic keynote speaker, best-selling author, a workplace...
WEST HARTFORD, CT (April 2018) – Dr. Teresa Hartnett, Immediate Past President of the Network for Change & Continuous Innovation and current Associate Dean of Finance & Administration in the College of Medicine at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has...
Jake Julia of Northwestern University Selected as NCCI 2018 Maury Cotter Leader of Change Award Recipient WEST HARTFORD, CT (April 2018) – Jake Julia, Vice Provost of Administration and Chief of Staff at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, was selected as...
I was able to make excellent and personal connections with participants and I really got a strong sense of community in this group. People went out of their way to help, offer advice, and [help me] make links with others I would benefit from meeting.
The keynote addresses, preconference workshops concurrent sessions at the NCCI Annual Conference are designed to meet the needs of leaders in higher education at all levels of experience with change.