In this episode, Dr. Celia Esposito-Noy – Superintendent and President of Solano Community College – describes how a focus on capability strengths and an awareness of capacity limits can transform institutional strategy.
In this episode, Dr. Margaret McMenamin – President of Union College of New Jersey – describes the kinetic leadership required for kinetic transformation, supported by examples from her experience and the best way to measure results.
In this episode, Dr. Mary Papazian – former President of San Jose State University – shares lessons learned about overcoming the organizational fear that prevents digital transformation.
In this episode, Dr. Keith Whitfield – President of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas – describes how UNLV is transforming the communities that surround and define it.
In this episode, Dionne Curbeam – Deputy CIO at Coppin State University in Baltimore, MD – describes how a “people-first” approach to transformation requires up-front investment but is more sustainable and successful than alternatives.
In this episode, Jane Close Conoley, PhD – President of California State University, Long Beach – describes how the personal and “ecological” fundamentals of change are incorporated into the culture, decision making and management methods at CSULB.
In this episode, Cyndi Cain Fitzgerald – Manager of Business Intelligence Analytics at Antioch University – describes the use of an internal data taxonomy standard within Antioch’s Ellucian Colleague implementation to support Antioch’s transformation from campus-centric structure to school-centric structure.