A Higher Digital On-Demand Webinar
There’s a lot of talk about change these days, but with transformation here and disruption there, it’s important to keep change working for you, not against you – as your instrument, not your master. What does your institution really need to do right now to continue operating successfully while evolving through your strategy and toward your vision? How much are you involving your technology team in these decisions?
What methods are enabling you to change iteratively, with frequent course correction that balances objectives, results, and organizational learning? Your institution could “know” that flexibility and balance are important, yet still struggle to put them into practice, if your culture is resistant to such changes. It’s also important not to “over-rotate” – to change for the sake of change. Cultivating a culture of change is exhausting and not sustainable. Cultivating a culture for change is all about doing new things better while remaining true to your values.
Catch up on our dynamic discussion from January 20th where our panel of experts drew upon early insights from our Culture Assessment, which was launched at EDUCAUSE 2020.
Co-Founder and CEO
Wayne Bovier has spent over ten years in global higher education. He leverages his expertise in the higher education ecosystem to build upon his vision to help institutions dramatically improve their approach to digital transformation initiatives. With over 20 years of experience leading global product teams and organizations that have consistently delivered strong results, he lends his strategic perspective to the development of products and services that are laser-focused on solving his customers' biggest pain points.
Vice President, CIO Services & Security
Kelley Bradder has spent her entire career working for or supporting higher education. She recently wrapped up over 20 years as CIO and VP of Information Technology Services at Simpson College. She was a key member of the Simpson executive committee, driving strategic technology initiatives; managed multimillion dollar budgets and a large multi-campus IT staff; formed a Learning Environments Committee; navigated federal compliance and HLC accreditation processes; and oversaw multiple deployments of ERP, LMS, and other technology platforms.
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Colleen Baker has spent the last 20 years transforming IT and software development in the insurance, education, and healthcare industries, optimizing teams and aligning organizations. She created a new framework for organizing work accross an organization (Simplified Enterprise Agile™), and has deep experience in software development, digital transformation, strategic planning, program management, technology operations, and end-user adoption.
Joe Gottlieb has spent his entire career helping enterprises to digitally transform, combining the broad view needed to grapple with heterogeneous IT architectures with the specialized perspectives required to address disruptive challenges and opportunities in identity management, security, cloud computing, databases, and networking. He assists Higher Digital customers with strategy development, change management, and strategic operations, energized by the complex challenges and profound opportunities facing higher education.