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Leading Organizational Change in Higher Ed Part 2: Find Change Leaders

Organizational Change in Higher Ed Leaders Part 2 in the series is about finding the change leaders in your institution who will facilitate momentum. Our previous installment of the eight-part series Leading Organizational Change in Higher Ed discussed how to create a sense of urgency in your staff and bring all levels and departments into the fold. The next step: find leaders to help you make long-term, transformative changes.

Leading Organizational Change in Higher Ed Part 1

Leading Organizational Change in Higher Ed Part 1:

The Urgency for Change in Higher Ed

The urgency for change is our first post in a series called Leading Organizational Change in Higher Ed to help higher education institutions’ leadership and teams be successful in their transformational efforts. 

When changes need to be made institution-wide, it takes far more than a few emails to upper-management.  Whereas some of the models is based on John Kotter’s 8-step model that he set forth in 1996 in his classic book, Leading Change, this series will approach change from a 2015 perspective while introducing new concepts as well as expanding previous concepts. This is the first installment.

Improving Higher Ed Enrollment Management

Improving Higher Ed Enrollment Management

Strategic higher ed enrollment management is an ever-increasing focus as colleges and universities continue to evolve and remain in many policymakers’ and key stakeholders’ crosshairs to implement organizational change.

How JEDI Can Improve Higher Education ROI

How JEDI Can Improve Higher Education ROI

Changing Higher Ed Podcast 126 with Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Guest Daniel Aguilar

Daniel Aguilar is in the JEDI profession—justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion, with a focus on higher education. For him, this endeavor is not about checking off politically correct to-do boxes. He believes that this is more than merely a moral responsibility—improving the lives of individual students also boosts the institution’s return on investment and creates closer alignment with the institution’s mission over both the short and long terms.

Overcoming Governance Challenges in Higher Education - Board leader asking "did you try hard enough?" to a frazzled man

Overcoming Governance Challenges in Higher Education

Changing Higher Ed Podcast 122 with Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Guest Dr. Richard "Dick" Chait

In this episode of Changing Higher Ed podcast, Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Dr. Richard “Dick” Chait, two leading experts on governance and management in higher education, discuss how the governing structures of colleges and universities have changed over the years. Chait and McNaughton also break down the different challenges facing public and private institutions, the fundamental attributes of effective boards and individual trustees, and how the roles and responsibilities of boards and trustees continue to evolve to meet the challenges facing institutions of higher education.

Success Strategies for Struggling Small to Medium Sized Colleges and Universities  – Changing Higher Ed Podcast 120 with Guest Rick Beyer

Success Strategies for Struggling Small to Medium-Sized Colleges and Universities

Changing Higher Ed Podcast with Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton 120 with Guest Rick Beyer

In this episode of Changing Higher Ed podcast, Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Rick Beyer discuss innovative approaches and success strategies for struggling small to medium-sized colleges and universities.
Rick shares his perspective on the use of shared services in Higher Education, and how it can drive innovation and efficiency, both strategically and tactically to strengthen smaller schools while enabling them to remain independent.

Universities- Reasons to be Thankful in 2020 | Drumm McNaughton | Changing Higher Ed | Consulting

Universities: 7 Reasons to be Thankful in 2020

Universities: 7 Reasons to be Thankful in 2020. The year 2020 has been one for the books. However, we’ve reached Thanksgiving—and that means it is the perfect time to flip the paradigm and focus on the good. This experiment that is known as the United States of America is not perfect; however, our nation is growing and every citizen shares the common goal of seeing our nation prosper (even though we may not agree on how to achieve that mark). So in honor of Thanksgiving, we want to suggest 7 different reasons (in no particular order) why we’re thankful for this year.

Driving Innovation in Colleges and Universities podcast

Driving Innovation in Colleges and Universities with Julie Lenzer | Changing Higher Ed 044

Driving Innovation in Colleges and Universities podcast with Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Julie Lenzer | Changing Higher Ed podcast episode 044 gives insights for ways in which higher education will need to increasingly focus on innovation in both how it operates and how it educates students in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and the resultant recession. So what does that look like? This podcast focuses on taking innovation to the next level.

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