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Defining the Role of Academe in the Future of America
Higher Ed News

Defining the Role of Academe in the Future of America

Defining the role of academe in the future of America needs to be addressed and defined by leaders in the Academy. A new administration took office this week—and this is one of the most important transitions in our country’s history. The national acrimony and strife that has been building since the 1980s came to a head this year, exploding into the streets, on campuses and into the headlines. The sharp political divide, Black Lives Matter, the takeover of the U.S. Capitol, the rise of innuendo and slander and divisiveness brings us to a basic question – what is the United States about?

COVID Psychological Impact on Higher Ed Institutions
Crisis Management

COVID Psychological Impact on Higher Ed Institutions with Tom Marrs | Changing Higher Ed 069

The COVID psychological impact on Higher Ed institutions is the topic of this Changing Higher Ed Podcast with host, Dr. Drumm McNaughton and guest, Dr. Tom Marrs. Under discussion is crisis recovery for higher education institutions that will continue to remain challenging as the fallout from the pandemic, including increasing economic issues, continue to emerge. Dr. Tom Marrs, is a licensed psychologist and assistant director for client engagement at the Center for Executive Education at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School.

Crisis Recovery for Higher Ed Institutions a Top Priority for 2021
Crisis Management

Crisis Recovery for Higher Ed Institutions a Top Priority for 2021 with Barbara Mistick | Changing Higher Ed 068

Crisis recovery for higher education institutions remains at the top of the to-do list entering 2021.  The coronavirus pandemic continues to change the nation’s higher education landscape, which includes 1700 private non-profit colleges. This podcast will feature Barbara Mistick, the president of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.

Higher Ed Change Management Critical to Surviving 2020 and 2021's Recovery with Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Deb Maue | Changing Higher Ed 067
Change Management

Higher Ed Change Management Critical to Surviving 2020 and 2021s Recovery with Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Deb Maue | Changing Higher Ed 067

Higher education change management and crisis management was critical in 2020 as college and university leaders dealt with crises brought on by COVID, and will remain so for 2021. This podcast features Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Deb Maue, and looks back at 2020 and predicts what 2021 has in store for higher ed.

2020: A Year of Crises and Opportunities in Higher Education
Crisis Management

2020: A Year of Crises and Opportunities in Higher Education

The year 2020 has been a year of crises and opportunities in higher education. The year’s challenges have given higher ed institutions a chance to practice change management, as well as necessitated a sustained focus to build leadership capacity for higher ed and more targeted higher ed branding.

University Governance
Governance

Strategic Board Leadership Creates New University Governance Paradigm with Henry Stoever | Changing Higher Ed Podcast 066

Strategic board leadership is an emerging paradigm of university governance that can help higher education institutions navigate multiple challenges. This podcast features Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Henry Stoever, president of AGB.

Changing Paradigm of University Governance

Typically, higher education boards are made up of individuals who are appointed as trustees because they have made significant philanthropic contributions, either to the institution or, in the case of public universities, to a political party candidate who then appoints the individual once elected. This approach is shifting as boards and institutional leadership teams begin to develop strategic partnerships.

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

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.

Higher Ed Reputation Management
Crisis Management

Higher Ed Reputation Management During Crisis | Podcast 064

With the various factors (the pandemic, the recent election, social unrest, etc.) roiling the nation, reputation management and crisis management have never been more important in higher education. This podcast features Bill Coletti, the CEO of Kith. His company has worked with a number of institutions, including large universities who faced outcries due to sexual harassment challenges as well as institutions that are undertaking mergers.

Driving Pandemic University Student Enrollment with Bill Conley and Bob Massa | Changing Higher Ed Podcast 062
Students and Enrollment Management

Improving Pandemic University Student Enrollment Management with Bill Conley and Bob Massa | Changing Higher Ed Podcast 062

Driving Pandemic University Student Enrollment with Bill Conley and Bob Massa | Changing Higher Ed Podcast 062. This podcast will look at the pandemic, student enrollment, and the ripple effect that this can have on an institution. Today’s guests are Bill Conley and Bob Massa, co-founders of Enrollment Intelligence NOW.

Changes to University Scholarship Processes Due to the Pandemic
Business of Higher Ed

Changes to University Scholarship Processes Due to the Pandemic with Keith Brown and Alania Cater | Changing Higher Ed 060

This podcast focuses on the changes to university scholarship processes due to the pandemic, and features Dr. Drumm McNaughton, Keith Brown and Alania Cater | Changing Higher Ed 060. The coronavirus pandemic’s tumultuous reach continues to upend higher education. This podcast looks at the disruption that has happened in the areas of scholarship, financial aid, and fundraising.

Election 2020 Implications for University Leaders
Leadership and Culture

Election 2020 Implications for University Leaders

What are the Election 2020 implications for university leaders? The Democrats and Republicans continue to offer two distinct visions for the nation, and that perspective is seen in their higher education platforms. This newsletter attempts to offer a non-partisan look at the presidential candidates and also offers some suggestions to consider in relation to down-ballot choices.

Washington Update: Higher Education Policy and New Regulations
Higher Ed News

Washington Update: Higher Education Policy and New Regulations with Tom Netting | Changing Higher Ed 056

Washington update: higher education policy and new regulations podcast. The coronavirus pandemic and the previous Negotiated Rulemaking from Spring 2019 are driving new changes in the current and future regulatory process regarding higher education. Federal policymakers continue to extend guidance and develop new regulations in response to the pandemic. In addition, several new guidelines are coming online that will affect higher education in areas including Title IX and online learning/innovation.

University Crises Recovery and Change Management
Crisis Management

COVID and In-Person Classes: A Lost Cause or Need for University Crises Recovery?

In-person classes have been shredded by COVID, and many are wondering if they are a lost cause for now or can applying university crises recovery and change management principles save them. Modern times have allowed humans to become comfortable with feeling like they can predict the future.

Creative Alliances Help Universities Thrive with Mark Scheinberg | Changing Higher Ed 055
Business of Higher Ed

Creative Alliances Help Universities Thrive with Mark Scheinberg | Changing Higher Ed 055

Creative partnerships and mergers and acquisitions are helping colleges and universities get out of financial crises while also serving students’ needs. One example of this type of partnership involves three higher education institutions — Goodwin University, Sacred Heart, and Paier College of Art—that are working with the University of Bridgeport to create a partnership.

Christian Higher Education - Present and Future
Christian Higher Ed

How Bible Colleges are Navigating Challenges in Turbulent Times with Dr. Philip Dearborn | Changing Higher Ed 054

Bible colleges are navigating challenges beyond what non-christian institutions of higher education are facing. Christian colleges and universities face unique challenges, even without coronavirus, economic issues, and racial unrest. One of the guiding lights in helping navigate those challenges is the Association for Biblical Higher Education, which serves as an accreditor and also offers a number of services.

How to Merge Two Universities
Mergers and Alliances

How to Merge Two Universities with Dr. Tony Allen | Changing Higher Ed 053

How to Merge Two Universities. Many higher ed institutions are struggling with finances due to COVID and other reasons, but few higher ed leaders are seriously contemplating a merger with or acquisition of or by another institution. These processes can be a win-win proposition, allowing for increased capacity, services, and efficiencies for students.

Will COVID Cause University Transformation?
Strategic Planning and Management

Will COVID Cause University Transformation? Maybe…

University transformation could be the silver lining of the pandemic. COVID has caused a massive disruption in higher ed, and many question whether it will transform or waste the opportunity.

We’re steadily moving toward the start of the new school year, yet something is off. Normally this time of the year has been marked by excitement—whether that’s because of the return of students, the start of the next phase of life for incoming freshmen, or the sense of camaraderie created by the impending football season

University Regulations and New Stimulus Package
Crisis Management

Washington Update: University Regulations and New Stimulus Package with Tom Netting | Changing Higher Ed 051

University regulations and new stimulus package – what it means for higher ed institutions. Federal policymakers are trying to figure out their next steps in relation to higher education in the wake of the pandemic. In addition, these policymakers are continuing in developing and implementing regulations. TEN Government Strategies CEO Tom Netting, a regular guest on this podcast, provides an update on new regulations that are coming online as well as recent and proposed federal legislation, including the CARES Act, which provides short-term financial and policy guidance.

How Universities Use Crises to Innovate
Crisis Management

How Universities Use Crises to Innovate with Dr. Eric Boynton | Changing Higher Ed 050

How Universities Use Crises to Innovate podcast discusses how higher education institutions are still reeling from dealing with the coronavirus pandemic during the spring term. However, now they are faced with the challenge of making critical decisions that also offer flexibility moving into the fall semester. Beloit College already is far ahead on this path.

This podcast featured Dr. Eric Boynton, Beloit College’s provost and dean of the college. He was instrumental in helping lead the development of a unique plan for moving forward.

#BlackLivesMatter in the Ivory Towers
Leadership and Culture

#BlackLivesMatter in the Ivory Towers

Look back to 2017 when Inside Higher Education reported that Yale University and Harvard were forced to make changes in previous decisions that symbolically honored individuals who had ties to slavery.  And these issues weren’t limited to the Ivy League; Centre College changed the name of McReynolds Hall when students researched and found out that the namesake, a Supreme Court justice, was among the most bigoted justices of his era. These were a start.

Helping Underrepresented Students Succeed
Students and Enrollment Management

Helping Underrepresented Students Succeed with Dr. Russell Lowery-Hart | Changing Higher Ed 048

In this podcast, Helping Underrepresented Students Succeed with Dr. Russell Lowery-Hart and Dr. Drumm McNaughton, we ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has put even more pressure on institutions that serve underrepresented populations. One such institution is Amarillo College in Amarillo, TX. This community college is redefining its efforts to reach and engage its student body, many of whom are non-traditional and underrepresented students.

Creating Higher Ed Efficiencies Through Consortium
Change Management

Creating Higher Ed Efficiencies Through Consortium with Dr. Michael Horowitz | Changing Higher Ed 047

Many higher education institutions are struggling with survival. While many leaders are beginning to consider closing the institution, there are other options available. Some of the most commonly talked about are mergers and acquisitions. However, forming or becoming part of a consortium can offer important support that can help an institution survive and even thrive.

How to Reengineer Higher Education Post-COVID Podcast
Strategic Planning and Management

How to Reengineer Higher Education Post-COVID with Mike Goldstein | Changing Higher Ed 046

How to Reengineer Higher Education Post-COVID with Mike Goldstein and Dr. Drumm McNaughton podcast discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the changes already facing higher education.  These issues include financial, structural, and enrollment. Mike Goldstein, one of the top higher education attorneys in the country, offers his insights on how higher education leaders can navigating these challenges.

How Historically Black Colleges and Universities are Navigating Coronavirus
Business of Higher Ed

How Historically Black Colleges and Universities are Navigating Coronavirus with Dr. Billy Hawkins | Changing Higher Ed 045

In this podcast, How Historically Black Colleges and Universities are Navigating Coronavirus, Dr. Billy Hawkins and Dr. Drumm McNaughton identify ways higher education leaders are in a difficult position as they navigate the coronavirus pandemic. They have had to make the difficult decision of closing campuses during the spring semester, and now they need to focus on bringing students back safely in the fall semester and moving forward in the “new normal.”

Innovating Higher Ed
Change Management

Innovating Higher Ed: Don’t Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste

In this post, Innovating Higher Ed: Don’t Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste, you’ll gain insights into ways the coronavirus is forcing higher education institutions to change in uncomfortable ways. But like any holistic change, this situation also is offering unintended consequences, both positive developments (blessings) and troubling realizations (curses).

Driving Innovation in Colleges and Universities podcast
Strategic Planning and Management

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.

Raising Money for Universities during COVID with Scott Roberts and Tim Hill | Changing Higher Ed 043
Fundraising | Grants

Raising Money for Universities during COVID with Scott Roberts and Tim Hill | Changing Higher Ed 043

In this podcast, Raising Money for Universities during COVID with Scott Roberts, Tim Hill, and Dr. Drumm McNaughton you’ll hear why higher education fundraising is even more critical as colleges and universities navigate the unexpected and unpredictable financial situation caused by the current COVID-19 pandemic. During a time marked by physical separation, institutions and their development offices need to find creative ways to stay in touch with donors and potential donors while also having compassion and empathy for what these individuals are facing during the pandemic.

University Fundraising during Crisis Situations | Higher Ed Podcast
Fundraising | Grants

University Fundraising during Crisis Situations with Martin Leifeld | Changing Higher Ed 042

This podcast explores university fundraising during crisis situations. At the time of this podcast, COVID-19 was the major crisis for higher ed finances. Contrary to what many would think, the current situation could be an important time to visit with donors.

During his 24 years of professional fundraising, Martin Leifeld and his teams raised a staggering $500 million dollars. He served as vice-chancellor of advancement for the University of Missouri-St. Louis for a decade.

University Finances during Crisis Situations podcast
Crisis Management

University Finances During Crisis Situations with Rob Hartman | Changing Higher Ed 041

University Finances during Crisis Situations podcast with Rob Hartman, who is the chief financial officer of Columbia International University (CIU), a Christian University located in Columbia, S.C.

The current pandemic is offering a wealth of learning for higher education. By taking that approach, institutions can better position themselves to survive through the challenges that will continue to ripple through the nation.

University Governance during Crisis
Crisis Management

University Governance During Crisis with Dr. Cathy Trower | Changing Higher Ed 040

University Governance during Crisis Situations with Dr. Cathy Trower and Dr. Drumm McNaughton offers insights into the board’s role during a major crisis, such as the current pandemic. She discusses the importance of a partnership between the president and board chair as well as the communication channels that need to be created in a time of crisis.

Sustainable change in higher ed sgENGAGE - Blackbaud Podcast Dr. Drumm McNaughton
Business of Higher Ed

Implementing Sustainable Change in Higher Ed – The sgENGAGE Podcast by Blackbaud with Dr. Drumm McNaughton

Dr. Drumm McNaughton guest spot on, Implementing Sustainable Change in Higher Ed Change podcast, with Blackbaud discusses how change comes in many different forms, whether it’s a new technology initiative, a new stakeholder or student engagement approach, change in leadership, crisis resolution, etc. So, what are the steps that institutions can take to implement sustainable change and realize the vision they’re trying to create through any transformation?

Christian Higher Education - Present and Future
Christian Higher Ed

Christian Higher Education – Present and Future with Dr. Ralph Enlow, Jr. | Changing Higher Ed 039

Podcast, Christian Higher Ed – Present and Future with Dr. Ralph Enlow, Jr. and Dr. Drumm McNaughton discusses ways in which Christian higher ed is facing numerous challenges. The Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) conducted a study in collaboration with the Barna Group in 2017 that focused on the marketplace, the dynamics facing member institutions as well as the perceptions of Christian higher education. The study identified a number of actions that Christian higher education institutions need to do to remain or become sustainable.

How to Lead Higher Ed Through Crisis
Crisis Management

How to Lead Higher Ed Through Crisis and Turbulent Times with Dr. Gordon Gee | Changing Higher Ed 038

How to Lead Higher Ed Through Crisis and Turbulent Times podcast examines ways in which higher education was already facing major challenges, but an unprecedented black swan event – the COVID-19 pandemic—is testing the resiliency of colleges and universities across the country. Long-time education leader Dr. E. Gordon Gee offers the wisdom he has gained from serving as a university president for 40 years. Dr. Gee believes that serving in this role is one of the most important callings in this nation.

How To Stop Declining Enrollment In Higher Education
Distance & Online Education

How To Stop Declining Enrollment In Higher Education

In comparison to past years, the drop in college enrollment is becoming alarming, and judging from these statistics, 2025 will experience a significant decrease in college enrollment.

Helping Universities Survive COVID | Podcast
Crisis Management

Helping Universities Survive COVID | Podcast 035

Crises offer many common lessons once they are over. That’s the case now as higher education faces the latest crises, the COVID-19 pandemic.

This episode of Changing Higher Ed features Dr. Scott Cowen, the former president of Tulane University. Dr. Cowen, who is now a faculty member, as shares his insights of surviving a crisis, which in his case was Hurricane Katrina.

How to Implement Effective Shared Governance
Governance

How to Implement Effective Shared Governance with Philip Rous | Changing Higher Ed 033

How to Implement Effective Shared Governance with Philip Rous and Dr. Drumm McNaughton on the Changing Higher Ed Podcast. Dr. Philip Rous is provost and senior vice president for academic affairs of the University of Maryland Baltimore County. He has been at UMBC for 29 years, both as a faculty member and administrator. He tries to facilitate the community as a whole to grow and expand.

Merging Higher Education Institutions
Mergers and Alliances

Merging Higher Ed Institutions Part 2: A Smart Strategy?

Merging higher ed institutions part 2. The landscape in higher education continues to be rocked by change, including 1200+ closures (the majority of which were for-profits), mergers, and mega-mergers. These massive changes have been driven by changing demographics and a booming economy.

Merging Higher Education Institutions
Mergers and Alliances

Merging Higher Education Institutions Part 1: A Smart Strategy?

In Merging Higher Education Institutions: A Smart Strategy? Part 1 I discuss the landscape in higher education that continues its transformation (def: is being rocked by change). Between 2014 and 2019, 129 private higher education institutions closed their doors, 18 merged with other privates, and 12 reorganized to consolidate administration. Among public higher education institutions, 11 closed their doors, 20 merged and 33 have acquired private higher education institutions. Additionally, 1,094 for-profit higher education institutions closed while others participated in mega-mergers, such as Purdue / Kaplan and Strayer / Capella.

Potential Impact of Brexit on Higher Ed
Higher Ed News

Potential Impact of Brexit on Higher Ed

What do you think the potential impact of Brexit on Higher Ed will be? The Change Leader, from time to time, publishes content provided by others on our team. This article, Potential Impact of Brexit on Higher Ed, was written by The Change Leader’s European team member, Dr. Albert Schram.

Predictions for 2020
Marketing | Positioning | Branding

Reflections on 2019 and Predictions for 2020 with Drumm McNaughton and Deb Maue | Changing Higher Ed 030

Join us in reflecting on 2019 and our predictions for 2020. The Change Leader CEO and President Drumm McNaughton and Aurora University Vice President for Marketing and Communications Deb Maue share their insights during the second annual wrap-up of happenings in higher education. These show notes offer a follow-up on the pair’s predictions for 2019 as well as insights on what to prepare for with our predictions for 2020.

NEGOTIATED RULEMAKING 2019
Accreditation

Negotiated Rulemaking 2019 with Russ Poulin | Changing Higher Ed 029

Negotiated Rulemaking 2019 podcast with Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Dr. Russ Poulin. Dr. Poulin served on the subcommittee on the recent federal Negotiated Rulemaking (Neg Reg) negotiations where he had the opportunity to provide input on recommendations that were voted on by the full committee. He was recently promoted to be the Executive Director of WCET.

TRACS Annual Meeting Learnings | Changing Higher Ed 028
Christian Higher Ed

TRACS Annual Meeting Learnings | Changing Higher Ed 028

The TRACS Annual Meeting Learnings – Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools, an accreditation body for Christian institutions of higher education, works with approximately 100 institutions.

Neg Reg 2019 and HEA updates Podcast
Higher Ed News

Neg Reg 2019 and HEA Updates Podcast 027

Neg Reg 2019 and HEA updates on this Higher Ed News Washington update podcast with guest Tom Netting. The Department of Education published final regulations that had achieved unprecedented consensus prior to the reporting deadline for the master calendar. However, two of the three regulations were not finalized in time for the publishing deadline and so will not go into effect on July 1, 2020, but at a later date.

The Future of Online Program Management
Distance & Online Education

The Future of Online Program Management Services with Grant Aldrich – Changing Higher Ed 026

This program focused on the future of online program management (OPM). Over time, OPMs have expanded to include student recruitment, student retention, and support. When online education began to emerge, many higher education institutions didn’t have the wherewithal and talent to ramp up online programs so many companies started offering OPM services in program conception and creation.

Transforming Higher Ed in Turbulent Times
Crisis Management

A Primer for Transforming Higher Ed in Turbulent Times

Transforming Higher Ed in turbulent times may seem impossible, in “normal” times is difficult enough. Preparing for what comes next and strategically managing the transformation will make or break your institution.

Neg Reg 2019 Washington Update Higher Ed
Higher Ed News

Neg Reg 2019 Washington Update with Tom Netting | Changing Higher Ed 025

Neg Reg 2019 Washington Update Podcast with Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Tom Netting. Federal legislators and policymakers continue to try to work through policy and legislative changes that will have significant impacts on higher education. These include efforts by the U.S. Department of Education to alter rules developed during the Obama Administration. In addition, Congress continues to focus on trying to come up with a workable plan to update the Higher Education Act.

Creating Education Pathways for First Generation Students
Leadership and Culture

Creating Education Pathways for First Generation Students with Dr. Karen Haynes | Changing Higher Ed 024

Creating Education Pathways for First Generation Students on the Changing Higher Ed Podcast. Dr. Karen Haynes retired as president of Cal State San Marcos on June 30, 2019. She was the longest-seated president in the CSU system and the first woman to hold this role in history. Haynes began her presidency in 2004 when the institution had a student population of 7,000 and an alumni base of 13,000. Through her leadership, the campus grew to serve 17,000 students and now has approximately 45,000 alumni.

Business of Higher Ed

New Marketing Techniques to Grow Enrollment with Deborah Maue | Changing Higher Ed 023

Facing declining enrollments due to changing demographics and societal factors, many higher education institutions are engaging in marketing practices that don’t make sense. Instead, institutions should consider embracing marketing strategies that are based on informal and formal market research. Developing these strategies should include reviewing current messages, crafting new messages, and reallocating resources from ineffective marketing efforts to promising pilot programs.

Neg Reg 2019 to Create New Opportunities for Universities
Accreditation

Neg Reg 2019 to Create New Opportunities for Universities

Neg Reg 2019 to create new opportunities for universities.

The U.S. Department of Education issued its “Notice of Proposed Rulemaking,” which was published it in the Federal Register last week.  This is a big deal as there are multiple changes coming down the pike that most universities and colleges will embrace.

Accreditation, Innovation, and Consensus: Negotiated Rulemaking 2019
Accreditation

Accreditation, Innovation, and Consensus: Neg Reg 2019 with Mike Goldstein | Changing Higher Ed 022

Accreditation, Innovation, and Consensus: Neg Reg 2019. The latest Neg Reg (negotiated rulemaking) process examined the fundamental rules that guide higher education institutions’ interactions with the Department of Education with regards to student aid and related programs.  The Department has used access to student aid to bring a lot of aspects of higher education under federal supervision.

Assessment: Using Data to Grow Universities
Strategic Planning and Management

Assessment: Using Data to Grow Universities with Jamie Morley | Changing Higher Ed 020

In this podcast, Assessment: Using Data to Grow Universities with Jamie Morley we discuss why assessment is critical for ensuring instruction is effective in helping students to learn. This data is even more important as the demographics of students and expectations of what higher education should accomplish change.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion: Keys to Healing Unconscious Bias in Higher Ed
Leadership and Culture

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion: Keys to Healing Unconscious Bias in Higher Ed with Dr. Mary Wardell Ghirarduzzi | Changing Higher Ed 019

Diversity, equity and inclusion continues to be critical issues for higher education. Many of these issues are fanned by repercussions of historical events as well as unconscious biases based on unknown U.S. history and individuals tending to remain in monolithic groups. Institutions of higher education have a duty to make their campuses a model of inclusivity where every student, faculty member and staff member is wholeheartedly appreciated. To achieve this, higher education leaders need to…

Preventing College and University Closures
Mergers and Alliances

Preventing College and University Closures

As the COVID pandemic swept the globe, colleges and universities have been in a rush to transform to stay financially stable. This was written before the COVID crisis but the information is now even more critical.

Building Strong University Leadership Through Mentoring
Leadership and Culture

Building Strong University Leadership Through Mentoring with Dr. Ron Crutcher | Changing Higher Ed 018

The key to building strong university leadership through mentoring is by inspiring current leaders to pass on their experience and legacy to high-potentials. education needs to do a better job of preparing future leaders, especially in terms of leadership development and succession planning. Some leaders, while academically very bright in their discipline, take on administrative roles with no knowledge of leadership or management. This can have severe ramifications for a department, college or university. Therefore, it’s important to identify and develop high potential leaders before the administrative job is open…

Government and Universities Battle Sexual Abuse
Leadership and Culture

Government and Universities Battle Sexual Abuse with Rob Showers | Changing Higher Ed 017

In this podcast: Government and Universities Battle Sexual Abuse.Robert Showers Esq. has had a long and storied career in law. Prior to founding Simms Showers LLP, he was a principal at Gammon & Grange in charge of the litigation department, and before that was with the U.S. Department of Justice where he was acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General, a federal prosecutor and Chief of the Civil Section in the US Attorney’s Office, and was Founder and Executive Director of what is now the Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS).

New Approaches to Online Education | Changing Higher Ed 016
Distance & Online Education

New Approaches to Online Education with Russ Poulin | Changing Higher Ed 016

New Approaches to Online Education with Russ Poulin and Dr. Drumm McNaughton podcast discusses how online education continues to grow. And with the constant developments in technology, the delivery systems are rapidly evolving. Therefore, institutional need to be thoughtful about which programs they offer online, who they contract with to offer these services, what types of systems and support structures they put into place, and how they get faculty buy-in.

How Higher Ed Institutions Survive Volatility
Crisis Management

How Higher Ed Institutions Survive Volatility

If you’ve wondered how Higher Ed institutions survive volatility and prevent becoming a casualty in today’s environment, you’ve come to the right place.

Education Department Reorganization
Higher Ed News

Education Department Reorganization, Neg Reg Process, and the 116th Congress with Tom Netting | Changing Higher Ed 013

Higher Ed News – Since seating the 116th Congress three weeks ago, there has been a lot going on in Washington. Tom Netting of CSPEN, the Central States Private Education Network, which represents schools nationwide to public policy makers in Washington and throughout the nation, joins us to give an update on what we can expect out of the 116th Congress with respect to higher education, the 2019 Negotiated Rulemaking process, and the Education Department reorganization.

Essential Marketing for Colleges and Universities
Marketing | Positioning | Branding

Essential Marketing for Colleges and Universities with Deb Maue | Changing Higher Ed 010

Higher ed institutions are grappling with declining enrollment. The old ways of recruiting students that institutions used during the “go-go” years 15 years ago no longer work – there is far more competition for a shrinking pool of “traditional” students, student demographics have changed, and numerous other reasons. This has resulted in deep discounting of tuition, institutions investing in “climbing walls and lazy rivers” on campus, and other ways to attract prospective students.

Sexual Abuse in Academe & #metoo
Leadership and Culture

Sexual Abuse in Academe & #metoo

#Metoo sparked a reveal of sexual abuse in academe. Three years ago the Association of American Universities added kindling to a smoldering fire when it released a report that found that 25 percent of female undergraduate students experience sexual assault or misconduct during their time at university. The study pointed out that fewer than a third of those involved in an incident reported it to campus or local authorities, often because they didn’t feel their experiences were serious enough to warrant the report.

Growing Enrollment in Higher Ed
Students and Enrollment Management

Growing Enrollment in Higher Ed with Dr. Dewey Clark | Changing Higher Ed Podcast 008

In this episode of Changing Higher Ed Podcast, Dr. Dewey Clark talks about growing enrollment in higher education institutions with Dr. Drumm McNaughton, The Change Leader. Dr. Dewey Clark is a very special university president. Unlike most of his contemporaries, his undergraduate degree is from the school he is now leading, and following graduation, was invited to work on staff in admissions which he did for nine years before going off for a 24-year career in business.

Neg Reg 2018 Washington Update
Change Management

Neg Reg 2018 Washington Update with Jeri Prochaska and Tom Netting | Changing Higher Ed 007

Neg Reg 2018 Washington Update with the Changing Higher Ed podcast host, Dr. Drumm McNaughton, Jeri Prochaska and Tom Netting of CSPEN, the Central States Private Education Network, represent higher ed institutions nationwide to public policy makers in Washington and throughout the nation. CSPEN is focused on making sure that the education industry has all the information that’s coming out of Washington.  They believe communication is the key, thus allowing the industry to advocate for itself.

Crisis Management Transformation| Tulane Post Katrina
Crisis Management

Transformation Through Crisis Management: Tulane Post-Katrina | Podcast 006

Dr. Scott Cowen is the personification of a proven crisis management leader.  When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, Scott was just six years into his tenure of 16 years at Tulane. Katrina’s devastation was massive – over $650 million in damages to the University alone.

Higher Ed Part 10: Changing Student Demographics
Students and Enrollment Management

The Changing Face of Higher Ed Part 10: Changing Student Demographics

Changing Student Demographics is the top for our 10th post in The Changing Face of Higher Ed series. Despite the focus of many on research and publications, institutions of higher education wouldn’t be what they are without students.

How Higher Ed Can Prepare for a Crisis
Crisis Management

How Higher Ed Can Prepare for a Crisis | UC Berkeley and the Alt-Right Protests

Changing Higher Ed Podcast How Higher Ed Can Prepare for a Crisis with Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Dr. Nick Dirks | Podcast 003
Dr. Nick Dirks has the pedigree of one of the top educators in the world, and the “battle scars” of someone who’s been in the hot seat in higher ed and survived it.

The Future Role of Faculty
Academics and Faculty

The Changing Face of Higher Ed Part 7: The Future Role of Faculty in Higher Ed Part 1

What is the future role of faculty for institutions of higher learning? Colleges and universities are not known for making rapid changes, although many who work in higher education – especially faculty members — have strong feelings about the ways others need to change. Yet with change happening so quickly and in so many ways, the role of faculty members has to change.

Strategic Enrollment Management Webinar for Higher Education
Students and Enrollment Management

Strategic Enrollment Management: A View from the Top | Webinar

Strategic enrollment management in Higher Ed continues to be an issue for many institutions. When building a new campus building, before laying the foundation begins, extensive planning is conducted to ensure that the building looks good, the structure is sound, and it will accomplish what it was envisioned to do.

Student Issues
Students and Enrollment Management

The Changing Face of Higher Ed Part 4: Student Issues

Part 4 of The Changing Face of Higher Ed Series drills down on student issues’ impact on your institution. To successfully enroll and keep students, colleges and universities will need to look at a variety of factors as they move into the future. We at the Change Leader believe these factors include the changing demographics on campus, students’ prospects for future earnings, the possibility of dropping out, and campus safety, all of which are addressed here.

Improve Higher Ed Governance
Governance

The Changing Face of Higher Ed Part 3: Improve Higher Ed Governance

Improve Higher Ed Governance to move your university or college forward successfully. Higher education continues to be in the hot seat. Institutional leaders are dealing with pressing challenges such as declining enrollments, unreliable federal and state funding, an aging faculty, and public discontent about higher education. In addition, many trends are starting to emerge that will help shape the future of our institutions.

Leadership Accountability in Higher Ed | Drumm McNaughton | Higher Ed Consultant
Leadership and Culture

Leadership Accountability in Higher Ed

Let’s take a deep look at leadership accountability in higher ed and what you can do to improve your institution’s leadership.

The Purpose of Higher Education Part 1
Business of Higher Ed

The Purpose of Higher Education Part 1

The purpose of higher education is in a state of transition. What traditionally has been a stable part of Western society for so many years now must find ways to remain relevant in a time of expanding knowledge, changing societal values, and increased questioning of authority figures.

Higher Ed Budget Cuts and Accountability
Business of Higher Ed

Higher Ed Budget Cuts and Accountability

Higher ed budget cuts and accountability issues threaten higher education institutions worldwide. The financial challenges facing higher education institutions are immense. Many higher education leaders are in a difficult spot: declining tuition revenues and lower state allocations. The federal tax bill also threatens to slice into many higher education budgets, as has President Trump’s immigration policies and the game of ping pong he appears to be playing with the federal courts. All of these are forcing higher education leaders to consider draconian cuts to budgets.

New Year Resolutions for College and University Presidents
Strategic Planning and Management

New Year Resolutions for College and University Presidents

What are the New Year resolutions for college and university presidents? As we embark on a new year, higher education continues to face what seems to be a perfect storm of challenges. It’s what we do to meet those challenges that will determine higher education relevance in the United States – and the nation’s place in the global economy.

Communicating Change: Stories from a Pilot
Change Management

Communicating Change: Stories from a Pilot

Communicating Change: Stories from a Pilot podcast shares insights about change management and from a military pilot’s point of view.

Higher Ed Accreditation Stamp of approval
Accreditation

Is Higher Ed Accreditation Needed or Nuisance?

Is higher ed accreditation needed or is it just a nuisance? The answer depends on how one sees the benefits of higher ed accreditation. In some cases, higher education leaders who see the glass as half-full are using this accreditation process in a positive manner.

Higher Ed Branding and Marketing: Part 2
Marketing | Positioning | Branding

Higher Ed Branding and Marketing: Part 2

There have been significant changes to Higher Ed Branding and Marketing in the last few decades. Institutions of higher education started considering the importance of marketing about 45 years ago.

Improving Higher Ed Enrollment Management
Students and 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.

The Key to Filling the Enrollment Funnel Webinar
Marketing | Positioning | Branding

Positioning: The Key to Filling the Enrollment Funnel Webinar

Positioning: The Key to Filling the Enrollment Funnel webinar grants insights into college and university market positioning with Dr. Drumm McNaughton, higher ed consultant and Vickie Sullivan, market strategist.

Student Leadership Development Programs
Leadership and Culture

The Story of Texas A&M’s Student Leadership Development Programs – People Support What They Help Create

Student Leadership Development Programs – Higher education leaders often talk about creating the next generation of leaders.  Many current efforts at colleges and universities are focused on flipped classrooms and leadership seminars. But how do we give young adults firsthand experience (instead of theoretical knowledge) of the skills and abilities needed for becoming leaders in their future organizations, communities, and globally?

Strategic Management for Education Institutions: A Holistic Approach to Improving Enrollment and Revenues | Webinar
Students and Enrollment Management

Strategic Management for Education Institutions: A Holistic Approach to Improving Enrollment and Revenues | Webinar

“Strategic Management for Education Institutions: A Holistic Approach to Improving Enrollment and Revenues” features Dr. Drumm McNaughton, a 20+ year change management expert and higher education consultant who has added over $500 million to organizations’ bottom lines, on how education institutions can successfully grow revenues through implementing holistic management systems. Participants will learn how to:

 –  Improve university positioning to grow enrollments

 – Use your strategic plan to drive growth and create a shared vision for implementation

 – Implement holistic management systems to systematize annual planning and change

Effective University Leadership – What Does It Take?
Leadership and Culture

Effective University Leadership – What Does It Take?

Effective University leadership must be supermen or superwomen – the skills, knowledge, and experience required to be an effective leader of a higher education institution are unlike that of nearly any other profession.

Higher Education ROI - Return on Investment
Business of Higher Ed

Higher Education ROI – Return on Investment

What’s the Higher Education ROI (return on investment)? In the past decade, we’ve seen an increasing emphasis on the notion of return on investment in higher education. In a world driven by the all-mighty dollar and consumerism, this emphasis is not surprising. However, it’s important to think deeply into what the phrase “return on investment” truly can mean for higher education – and how we can accomplish that notion.

Building Leadership Capacity: A President's Perspective | Webinar
Leadership and Culture

Building Leadership Capacity: A President’s Perspective Webinar

Building Leadership Capacity: A President’s Perspective Webinar for higher education. Please join Dr. Katrina Rogers, President of Fielding Graduate University, and Ms. Amy Savage, CEO of Fine Points Leadership, in an interactive discussion on the criticality of and how to build leadership capacity in institutions of higher education.  This discussion focused on how to implement Kouzes and Posner’s The Leadership Challenge in higher ed institutions, and what colleges and universities must do to build the next generation of higher education leaders.

College and University Closures and Transparency in Higher Ed
Business of Higher Ed

College and University Closures – Transparency in Higher Ed

College and university closures. According to a recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education, closures of four-year, private, not-for-profit universities and colleges in 2017 are expected to triple from the current average rate of five per year.

the purpose of higher education
Strategic Planning and Management

The Changing Face of Higher Ed Part 1: The Purpose of Higher Ed

The purpose of Higher Ed, at its core, remains the same, but it is still a moving target. One of the major challenges facing higher education leaders is identifying what the purpose of higher ed is now. For some schools, the mission has been offering undergraduate programs designed to prepare the next generation of white-collar workers. In other institutions, the focus is on preparing the next generation of scholars and creating cutting-edge knowledge. The purpose of Higher Ed is the first in The Changing Face of Higher Ed series as it’s the most important to the success and sustainability of higher education institutions.

Creating Meaningful Change in Higher Education
Change Management

Creating Meaningful Change in Higher Education

Higher education leaders are seeking to create meaningful change at their colleges and university, and while continuing to face demands to be more accountable.  At the national level, the U.S. Congress is considering the Higher Education Reform and Opportunity (HERO) Act, parts of which move accountability to the state level. This proposal, if passed, would give individual states the responsibility to create accrediting systems, curricula, apprenticeships, programs, and individual courses.

5 Things Nontraditional Students Can Teach Higher Ed
Students and Enrollment Management

5 Things Nontraditional Students Can Teach Higher Ed

What nontraditional students teach Higher Ed? The failure to recognize the importance of nontraditional students seems particularly odd considering just how many of them there are.

Tuition Increases Unsustainable Tuition Increases in Higher Ed
Business of Higher Ed

Unsustainable Tuition Increases in Higher Ed: Improve the ROI of Higher Ed

Tuition increases have become the norm, but they’re not sustainable. Student loan debt is out of control and a hot topic in politics as well as driving down enrollment. From where will the money come to keep your institution enrollment at a sustainable level? These days, institutions of higher education are susceptible to economic uncertainty on multiple fronts. A decline in international student enrollment during the Trump administration could reduce revenues at both private and public universities. Despite a slight uptick in the rate of public funding over the last few years, state economies are still recovering from the last recession, and the slightest hint of economic uncertainty could plunge those figures back into negative territory.

Change Management for Higher Ed | Webinar
Change Management

Change Management for Higher Ed | Webinar

Change management for higher ed institutions is a critical part of sustainability, and in the first of our monthly webinar series, Dr. Drumm McNaughton, a 20+ year veteran of and expert in change management who has added over $500 million to organizations’ bottom lines, presents a webinar focused on how colleges and universities can successfully implement change in the 21st century.

Shared Governance: Honoring Academic Traditions in Rapidly Changing Environments
Governance

What is Shared Governance? Honoring Academic Traditions in Changing Environments

How can shared governance continue honoring academic traditions in change management? Let’s look at the different aspects of accomplishing a balance while meeting goals and objectives.

What is Shared Governance?

Fifty years ago, three organizations, the American Association of University Professors’ Committee on College and University Governance, American Council on Education, and Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges collaborated to publish their 1966 Statement on Government of Colleges and Universities which called for shared responsibility among the different components of educational institutions.  Thus, shared governance was born.

Why Faculty Resists Competency Based Education
Academics and Faculty

Why Faculty Resists Competency Based Education

Why Faculty Resists Competency Based Education. Faculty members traditionally thought of learning as a process of dispensing knowledge to students by means of two primary formats, lecture and text.

Social Media Induced Crisis in Higher Ed Institutions
Crisis Management

Social Media Induced Crisis in Higher Ed Institutions

Social Media has induced crisis in higher ed institutions more times than we care to count. Some good changes have come from those crises but that doesn’t mean dealing with the crisis was easy.

The Latest Challenge to Higher Ed Financial Stability - Global Volatility
Business of Higher Ed

The Latest Challenge to Higher Ed Financial Stability – Global Volatility

Higher Ed financial stability and global volatility continue to cause sleepless nights for college and university leadership. Cash-strapped U.S. colleges and universities have been hit with state budget cuts for the last 10 years, and because of this, they been forced to admit a higher number of foreign students.

Adapt to the Needs of Working Students
Students and Enrollment Management

Adapt to the Needs of Working Students – or Lose them

The needs of working students can often be overlooked by institutions of higher learning. New research performed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has found out that working students’ needs are different than those of the traditional students, and colleges and universities must adapt if they are to attract and retain working students.

Experiential Education - The Colleges and Universities of Tomorrow
Distance & Online Education

Experiential Education – The Colleges and Universities of Tomorrow

Is Experiential Education the foundation of  Colleges and Universities of tomorrow? How will higher education function in the future? Look beyond distance and online education to more experiential education. The future of residential colleges and universities in America is a hotly debated topic right now. Many are asking how higher education could, and should, look in 20, 30, or 50 years from now. Having students better prepared for the workforce is a hot topic in corporate America.

Leadership Development in Higher Education
Leadership and Culture

Leadership Development in Higher Education

Leadership development in Higher Education has a problem in that there are not enough good leaders who are ready to take over the helm of a college or university, and it comes down to “you get what you measure.”

Budget Crisis in Higher Ed: A Model From UC Berkeley
Business of Higher Ed

Budget Crisis in Higher Ed: A Model From UC Berkeley

The ubiquitous budget crisis in higher ed. The University of California at Berkeley is recognized as one of the top public universities in the nation, but lately, it has been making headlines for another reason–its growing budget deficit.

The Greatest Challenges Facing Higher Ed
Business of Higher Ed

The Greatest Challenges Facing Higher Education

The greatest challenges facing Higher Ed according to those on the inside. Presidents of Higher Education Institutions have a unique insight into their institution’s problems, and it’s no secret that higher education is facing a sort of crisis.

How Universities Find the Right Job Candidates
Business of Higher Ed

How Universities Find the Right Job Candidates in 7 Steps

Universities find the right job candidates by following a few simple steps. Hiring the right people at your college and university is critical to building a high-performing institution.

Organizational Change Management Strategies in Higher Education
Change Management

Thoughtful Organizational Change Management Strategies in Higher Education

Thoughtful organizational change management strategies require a lot of deep insight, followed by strategic planning and skillful plan implementation.

Every organization continually strives to do better, respond faster, and drive profits higher – and that means change is constant. But sometimes it takes holistic, organization-wide change to bring about real results. Demanding too much of individual staff members or departments is a recipe for an overworked and overwhelmed staff. Employees who are forced to adapt too quickly often spend time remembering the acronyms of new initiatives than actually working on them. To successfully drive change, avoiding overreach is essential.

Navy Seals’ Hell Week Reveals Fundamentals of Leadership
Leadership and Culture

Navy Seals’ Hell Week Reveals Fundamentals of Leadership

Discovering the fundamentals of leadership through observing Navy Seal Hell Week. No, you don’t have to crawl under live machine-gun fire or lay prone for hours in the freezing surf to learn the value of leadership, but there’re lots that we in academe can learn about leadership from the Navy Seals’ Hell Week.

Benefits of Hiring a Higher Ed Consultant
Business of Higher Ed

What Are the Benefits of Hiring a Higher Ed Consultant

What are the benefits of hiring a higher ed consultant for colleges and universities? A higher ed consultant delivers many benefits to the leadership team, boards of director, and the entire institution itself. They come with diverse industry-wide insights and have witnessed, first hand, what works and what doesn’t. Their depth of experience in the specific problems facing higher education institutions simply can’t be matched by a general business consultant.

Maintaining Team Integrity in Higher Ed
Leadership and Culture

Maintaining Team Integrity in Higher Education

Maintaining team integrity in Higher Ed is an integral part of innovation and success. While some describe change as the only constant in the world, it’s often misunderstood from the business perspective.

Leading Organizational Change in Higher Ed | Change Leaders
Change Management

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: The Urgency for Change
Change Management

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.

Higher Ed Culture | Higher Ed Leaders
Leadership and Culture

Creating a Fun and Productive Higher Ed Culture

Creating a fun and productive culture in Higher Education means striking a balance that’s not easy until you get the hang of it. Technology has changed world culture in ways nobody could have predicted.

Higher Ed Institution Can Beat The Competition
Leadership and Culture

How Your Higher Ed Institution Can Beat The Competition

Do you want to know how your higher ed institution can beat the competition? Let’s take a look at how startups compete with big corporations for some pointers. They usually can’t match the salaries offered to promising applicants. They can’t offer the same benefits. Their offices don’t have pool tables and ping pong tables and bean bags laying around.

Strategies to Remove Office Negativity in Higher Ed
Leadership and Culture

Strategies to Remove Office Negativity in Higher Ed

Most of us already know a few strategies to remove office negativity but we often need a refresher and perhaps some new ideas. 87% of companies report that employee engagement and office culture are their number one challenges.

Building Caring Cultures Leads to an Engaged Workforce
Leadership and Culture

Build an Engaged Workforce with a Caring Culture

To build an engaged workforce, we need to consider that we currently have four (or maybe five) generations in the workforce. How do we keep them all engaged?

Say Yes to Higher Ed Employee Engagement With These Management Tips
Leadership and Culture

Say Yes to Higher Ed Employee Engagement With These Management Tips

Improve your higher ed employee engagement and gain from the ripple effect. Employees are an invaluable resource, and making the most effective use of that resource requires that employees feel professionally engaged at work. For managers, leading an engaged workforce requires creating a corporate culture that welcomes the active participation of employees.

Higher Ed Success Through Leadership Mindset
Leadership and Culture

Higher Ed Success Through Leadership Mindset

Higher Ed success through leadership mindset and approach to change. As the Change Leader, I am often asked: what are the key steps to help Higher Ed institutions succeed?
The truth is there is only one way: change the leadership. That doesn’t necessarily mean replacing leadership, but if they can’t change their mindset, then you need to choose between an ineffective leader or the success of your institution. A new mindset is required to solve any problem, including those of businesses.

Evolution vs. Revolution: Do You Know the Difference?
Change Management

Evolution vs. Revolution: Do You Know the Difference?

Organizational evolution is a normal progression where both the organization and its people attain a higher level of consciousness. It’s a form of evolution (absent religion) that involves developing the ability to think systematically, to be trustworthy and transparent. It’s about decentralized and participative decision making and the realization that all people – regardless of position – have an important, valuable role to play. Strong leadership and change management success go hand in hand.

The Pros & Cons of Organizational Transparency
Leadership and Culture

The Pros & Cons of Organizational Transparency

Organizational transparency is here to stay. In fact, some may argue it’s the new competitive advantage. With the digital age in full bloom, it’s never been easier or more convenient for institutions to open doors to how they think and behave.

Why Morality in Higher Education Matters Again
Leadership and Culture

Why Morality in Higher Education Matters Again

Morality in Higher Education matters. Smart organizations are realizing that it’s people, not profits that make the rules, and those who don’t get in alignment, lose.

Organization Evolution Case Study: Two Evolved Organizations
Change Management

Organization Evolution Case Study: Two Evolved Organizations

In this organizational evolution case study, we’ll explore what an evolved organization looks like. Is organizational evolution easy to recognize? What differentiates evolved behavior from behavior in transition?

Valuing Values & Creating a Living Company
Leadership and Culture

Valuing Values & Creating a Living Company

Valuing Values & Creating a Living Company. “A people that values its privileges above its principles soon loses both.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower

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