Portfolio Article

All too often, boards and leaders avoid considering the strategic potential of mergers because they view merging as a failure of leadership—the disappearance of an institution perhaps and its legacy. ...
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I served as Governor of West Virginia during 9/11 as well as multiple natural disasters. The chaos of instantly uprooted lives, economic devastation, and panic necessitates real-time action to meet ...
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For universities worldwide, moving courses and university services to virtual and/or asynchronous environments quickly has become a necessity—with little time for thoughtful conversations and planning required to make decisions like ...
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By Karen Sherman and Brian Warren | April 2019 One can hardly listen to the news today without hearing about another college or university closing for good. Declining enrollments amidst ...
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Originally published: Washington Post | By Jeffrey J. Selingo |Feb 24, 2018 About three-fourths of students who attend four-year colleges graduate with loan debt. That’s up from about half of students three ...
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