Reflections on “5 Ways to Marry Higher Ed to Work” [Schaffhauser]

5 Ways to Marry Higher Ed to Work — from campustechnology.com by Dian Schaffhauser Excerpts: Treat employers as customers. Move beyond the idea of the […]

Empathetic leadership and internal communications can help mitigate burnout—here’s how

It’s now been just over a year since everything changed about the way work gets done. After all of the safety protocols, operational updates and […]

A DIY Guide on OKR Framework FYI

It’s a new FY and the air is heavy with the latest strategies for business growth and productivity growth. And thus we bring you our […]

A DIY Guide on OKR Framework FYI

It’s a new FY and the air is heavy with the latest strategies for business growth and productivity growth. And thus we bring you our […]

Adjunct college faculty taking the biggest hit from pandemic job losses [Busta]

Adjunct college faculty taking the biggest hit from pandemic job losses — from highereddive.com by Hallie Busta Dive Brief: Higher education institutions employed 5% fewer […]

More Employers Are Awarding Credentials. Is A Parallel Higher Education System Emerging? [Gallagher & Zanville]

More Employers Are Awarding Credentials. Is A Parallel Higher Education System Emerging? — from edsurge.com by Sean Gallagher and Holly Zanville Excerpt: As the acceptance […]

The best 4 online training models for companies

How we conduct training has changed forever. And not just because of the impact the pandemic has had on our lives. Technology today offers us […]

Reflections on “Private Schools Have Become Truly Obscene” [Flanagan]

Private Schools Have Become Truly Obscene — from theatlantic.com by Caitlin Flanagan and was published online on March 11, 2021; with thanks to Ryan Craig […]

The Good, Bad, and the Ugly of the Fast-Rising ‘Hybridity’

Yes, there exists a power differential among employees who work in-house and those who work remotely in a fast-evolving hybrid work culture. However, most of your employee […]

Reflections on “Telemedicine likely to change how we receive health care post-pandemic” [Hicks]

Telemedicine likely to change how we receive health care post-pandemic — from mlive.com by Justin Hicks A patient sits in the living room of her […]

DC: This is what we’re up against –> “Reskilling 1 billion people by 2030” [Anderson]

From DSC: This is what we’re up against –> Reskilling 1 billion people by 2030” — from saffroninteractive.com by Jessica Anderson Excerpts: According to the […]

Choose your own Adventure Path

What a week. That’s the way I feel, with a return of an injury on my right hand, the challenges of writing as a result […]

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