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Inexorable challenges demand that higher education transform by 2030. Learn more about how planners can play a new, indispensable role—transformation architect—in helping their institutions transform to meet these challenges. The authors of the new book, Transforming for Turbulent Times: An Action Agenda for Higher Education Leaders
, describe this transformative role, why planners are obvious candidates for the role, and the new mindset, behaviors, knowledge, and skills they will need to fulfill it.
Michael D. Moss (Moderator), President, Society for College and University Planning
Donald M. Norris, PhD, President & Founder, Strategic Initiatives, Inc.
Joseph (Tim) Gilmour, PhD, Strategic Initiatives, Inc.
Linda B. Baer, PhD, Strategic Initiatives, Inc.
Recorded May 13, 2022.
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Jump Shifts From Traditional Planner to Transformation Architect
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