September 19, 2013  /  Barry Dornfeld

Very thoughtful piece from the Chronicle of Higher Education, and I agree that this kind of inclusive approach to strategy in higher ed is fundamental to success. Grounding this work in good data, both internal and external, is also necessary. In our experience doing strategy with universities, two additional challenges are making tough decisions about what to stop doing, since focus and limited resources are often a challenge, and then thinking about how to manage the difficulties of change in an environment that is often averse to change.

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