Change. It’s all around us in higher ed. The move to more learner-centric experiences, digital transformation and changing demographics in the learner population all make for a chaotic time in higher education.
Agility. Businesses use this term to define how quickly they can adapt to a changing market. It is the underpinning of their ability to compete. Building a better graduate has never been more important to them, and it is the cornerstone of your ability to compete.
Combine these two and what you get is an opportunity (even if it feels overwhelming at times).
Join us on Wednesday, April 22 at 2 p.m. EST, for a discussion on how to effectively connect the dots between all these topics and better shepherd your institution or department. The webinar will be presented by Jan Wilson, Principal at Wilson and Associates Consulting Services. It will include practical solutions and valuable advice on understanding these changes, how they will impact your institutions and how you can integrate the strengths and weaknesses of each to build a better, more agile institution or department.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is designed for higher education administrators, faculty and instructors.
- Gain a better understanding of what digital transformation is – its strengths and weaknesses.
- Learn more about learner-centric models, specifically what are other institutions doing to work toward this.
- Better understand and navigate change to improve your own agility and as a team.
Please note: this webinar is a free event, and no CEUs or certificates of participation are provided. All registrants will receive a copy of the recorded webinar and slides if you cannot attend the live event.
Jan Wilson, M. Ed., SHRM-SCP, SPHR
As an organizational development and learning consultant, Jan has provided strategic planning, process alignment, change management, curriculum development, and planning, as well as learning solutions to a variety of clients in pharma, healthcare, and state governments. Jan earned a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in information technology from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, as well as a Master of Education in Human Resource Development from Vanderbilt University, also in Nashville, Tennessee. Additionally, she has served as adjunct faculty at the Peabody School of Vanderbilt University.