As leadership communities grow across our client organizations, we’ve witnessed several interesting approaches to leading leaders. Here are a few noteworthy trends we see in letting leaders spread their wings.
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Moving is one of the most stressful experiences. Packing, cleaning, planning, arguing, worrying, and rethinking just about everything in our daily routine … no thank you.
It is an exciting time at MOR and for the MOR Leaders community. We have just launched over 300 leaders into a year of stretch and challenge!
Leaders in Higher Education walk a tightrope every day.
Financial pressures have sustained while expectations and demands for return on investment have continued to increase. The pace of change has accelerated and will not stop. Market conditions have spurred new innovation and competition at the edges, some of which might be considered unwelcome.
As I listened to an interview with Rick Levin this morning, CEO of Coursera, what seems to me as a decreasing value of content, was further being validated.
On June 14, the MOR Virtual Conference brought together over 1,200 leaders from over 25 universities to jump-start the discussion on “Reimagining IT.” From MOR’s vantage point the rate of change in the external environment is accelerating. We believe universities need to respond to this by exploring how their IT communities can work collaboratively to better serve their clients. And then, after a roadmap is in hand, begin to realize the future.
Bruce Maas, Vice Provost for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, at the University of Wisconsin, keynote video at the 2016 MOR Leaders Conference. Forces and Trends Part I and II.
Len Peters, CIO and Associate Vice President at Yale University, keynote video for the 2016 MOR Leaders Conference.