Personalization Outbreak

#21: Distilling the Complexity for Change in Higher Education

March 10, 2021 Season 2 Episode 21
Personalization Outbreak
#21: Distilling the Complexity for Change in Higher Education
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Personalization Outbreak
#21: Distilling the Complexity for Change in Higher Education
Mar 10, 2021 Season 2 Episode 21

This week we discuss the complexities and possibilities for higher education to change in a more personalized world. Our guest, Nancy Hubbard is a professor of management and Dean of college of business at the University of Lynchburg. Nancy is also an best-selling author of several books on strategy, change management and mergers & acquisitions and a PhD by the Oxford university. Nancy help us see the big picture in Higher Education and understand the complexities of a solid system that has been around for so many years and why it faces so much resistance to change. We will discuss topics related to strategy, survival and inclusion in higher education.

 All our podcasts are available at ageofpersonalization.com where you will also find other videos, articles and other resources to contribute to the Age of Personalization Movement. 

Show Notes

This week we discuss the complexities and possibilities for higher education to change in a more personalized world. Our guest, Nancy Hubbard is a professor of management and Dean of college of business at the University of Lynchburg. Nancy is also an best-selling author of several books on strategy, change management and mergers & acquisitions and a PhD by the Oxford university. Nancy help us see the big picture in Higher Education and understand the complexities of a solid system that has been around for so many years and why it faces so much resistance to change. We will discuss topics related to strategy, survival and inclusion in higher education.

 All our podcasts are available at ageofpersonalization.com where you will also find other videos, articles and other resources to contribute to the Age of Personalization Movement.