High level managers can determine how university money is spent.
The bad: Some times managers can use state funding to pay to make up for management errors which can result in state funds unnecessarily being drained. One example of this is poorly planned construction which often times comes from rushed jobs. College campuses must continue to function and the best times for construction is during semester breaks, which in most cases is way too short. If administrators fail to do proper project time management the costs can add up quickly and the results are some times not pretty.