I just saw an insightful tweet from Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI): The events of the past week, culminating in the horrific insurrection of the pro-Trump mob on the U.S. Capital, have been in my thoughts as I prepared to once again teach my Creighton doctoral course on Technology and Leadership. To click this class off,… Read more Optimism and Pessimism in a Bipolar World
Someone joked on Twitter last week that he would not be “falling back” when Daylight Savings Time shifted to Standard Time, because he did not want to give 2020 even one more hour! It has been a tough year … and some suggest 2021 might be as bad or worse. Audrey Watters certainly knows that… Read more Resilience as Part of Character
Yesterday, Goldie Blumenstyk of the Chronicle of Higher Education shared a link in her weekly newsletter to The Future of Work in America, a report from the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI). The future of work has been a topic of interest to me for the past decade, particularly in reference to the doctoral courses in… Read more Opportunities in The Future of Work
I was out walking today listening to Pandora, and Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the Wall came on. One of my favorites … and it reminded me of a recent blog post by Seth Godin on The Learning / Doing Gap. As Godin noted, “To quote the ancient rockers, ‘We don’t need no… education.’ But… Read more Are You Another Brick?
Stephen Downes noted this report in his blog post a few days back, noting: “This report has some flaws but it is overall a far better snapshot of the future of learning than many of its contemporaries… five scenarios dominate – education as usual, global giants, regional rising, peer-to-peed, and robo revolution. These aren’t depicted… Read more Oh The Changes We Will See
“As the world becomes more connected, more transparent, and more diverse, businesses need a new type of leadership.” That was the lead sentence in a Forbes article by Bonnie Marcus entitled “What Are the Most Important Leadership Skills for the Future?“. Marcus was citing the 2019 Global Human Capital Trends report by Deloitte. Deloitte researchers… Read more Human Focus in a Tech World
Not sure why this did not show up on my radar scope the past 4 years, but a recent blog mentioned a Teal Organization…a term I had never heard. Looking in to it, I found it referred to a leadership philosophy espoused by Frederic Laloux in his 2014 book Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating… Read more How Teal Are You?
I am continuing to explore the 2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report, which looked at the challenges ahead for businesses and HR professionals. I have been looking at it from a faculty development perspective..but the sixth trend intersects both my faculty development side and my leadership education side. As I have noted, the report… Read more Digital Leaders – Digital Faculty
I have been exploring the 2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report, which looked at the challenges ahead for businesses and HR professionals, but I have been looking at it from a faculty development perspective. The report is based on analysis of a survey of more than 10,400 business and HR leaders globally, and noted… Read more Attracting FacDev Talent
Yesterday, I noted that I was beginning to dive into the 2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report, which looked at the challenges ahead for businesses and HR professionals. Based on analysis of a survey of more than 10,400 business and HR leaders globally, the report noted ten trends, the first of which is the… Read more Faculty Development of the Future