Below you’ll find some of the articles we’re reading that influence our work, and news about our firm.
Mergers, acquisitions, strategic alliances and restructurings: University leaders frequently use these terms although they make many of us acutely uncomfortable. For some, they suggest we aren’t advancing our distinctive educational mission, we are falling short in serving our people, and most starkly: our beloved institution is failing. But here we are. Demographics, economics, and public health issues, among other factors, are working against our best-laid plans and aspirations. Far more presidents than any of
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“The things we fear most in organizations–fluctuations, disturbances, imbalances–are the primary sources of creativity.” Margaret Wheatley You’ve heard the expression, “That ship has sailed.” The pandemic forced institutions across the country to set sail to expand and accelerate online course delivery, and there’s no going back to shore. Regardless of how much online experience your institution had before this unexpected upheaval or how seaworthy your LMS may be, faculty and staff will surely encounter some