Well that didn’t take long. For those in higher education, the digital disruption that happened during COVID was truly transformational – rewiring centuries old institutions on how they view and understand the role of technology. As COVID begins to fade while its impacts continue to reverberate, artificial intelligence looms as an even more profound disruption […]
In this episode, Dr. Marlene Tromp – President of Boise State University – discusses how she is applying a humanist approach to digital transformation to continue the tradition of “Broncos bucking above their weight.” References: Dr. Marlene Tromp, President of Boise State University Boise State University Tromp attends G7 Summit – Boise State News
In this episode, Dr. Vince Kellen – Chief Information Officer at University of California San Diego – discusses the leadership behaviors, steps and consistency required to transform IT cultures, teams and portfolios. References: Dr. Vince Kellen, Chief Information Officer at the University of California San Diego https://www.linkedin.com/in/vincekellen/ University of California San Diego https://ucsd.edu/ 21st-Century Analytics: […]
In this episode, Andrea Ballinger – Vice Provost and Chief Information Officer at Oregon State University – emphasizes the importance of understanding your capabilities and capacity while sustainably empowering digital stakeholders.
In this episode, Dr. Muddassir Siddiqi – President of Central College in the Houston Community College System – offers perspective on Digital Transformation as viewed through the lens of quality management.
In this episode, Dr. Bill Coppola – President of Tarrant County College, Southeast Campus – describes how a faculty idea to use more whiteboards ten years ago has evolved into an ongoing transformation of methods and work spaces throughout the institution.
In this episode, Dr. Lisa Avery – President of Linn Benton Community College – reviews critical strategies for reversing the Great Education Recession. References: Linn Benton Community College Civil Discourse Program https://www.linnbenton.edu/student-life/clubs-and-programs/civil-discourse-program.php#:~:text=The%20mission%20of%20LBCC’s%20Civil,an%20open%20and%20respectful%20environment. Red Mom + Blue Mom Presentation at Linn Benton Community College https://www.facebook.com/LBCCCivilDiscourse/videos/259102818102485
In today’s world, technology is ubiquitous, and IT organizations have become an essential part of almost every industry. With the growing demand for technological skills, it’s crucial for IT organizations to diversify their thinking to promote innovation and creative problem-solving. On a recent podcast that can be found here, Joe Moreau – former Vice Chancellor […]