John Gohsman, Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Washington University in St. Louis keynote video for the 2016 MOR Leaders Conference.
Sean McDonald's blog
The attached is part of a series of case studies supporting our clients as they recognize leading change is a campaign and engaging others in that process is critical as they move ideas forward in their environment.
Enjoy! And thanks to Jim Willson from MSU for partnering with us on this write up.
The first in a series of case studies supporting our clients as they think about the process of engaging others to move ideas forward in their environment.
Enjoy! And thanks to Evan Silberman from NYU for partnering with us on this write up.
From the 2015 MOR Leaders Conference, keynote Chris Mayer talks about the industry parallels between media and higher education. In this three part video series, he prompts us to think about how education is defined and the experience will continue to change, in large part by students and employers.
Leadership lessons continue to flow from the recent worst-to-first Red Sox season. Here is a great article from Fast Company on David Ortiz and leadership, "World Series MVP David Ortiz's Big, Bold, On-the-fly Leadership Lessons".
Indeed, as Marshall Goldsmith suggests, “What Got You Here Wont Get You There”, but it is still important to understand that what got you here did get you here. We have become the leaders we are today because of a unique set of varying experiences. We’ve been taught new things, shown the right ways, seen bad ways, been part of amazing teams, struggled at times, been let go, promoted, challenged, led, followed, etc… These all piece together into our own individual leadership journeys.
If you the Educause 2013 event in Anaheim this week be sure to check out there great presentors/presentations:
Arin Komins - University of Chicago
The Goldilocks Principle and the Project Manager: Right-Sizing Project Management Methodology
8am on Thurs.
David Burns – University of Texas Austin
Great reminder from Harry Kraemer, professor at Kellogg School of Management, on keeping things simple, shared at MOR's 2012 conference.