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It’s the Leadership Process, Not the Plan

On October 17, 1777, English General, Gentlemen Johnny Burgoyne, surrendered an entire British Army to Horatio Gates, commander of the American forces at Saratoga, New York. If the battle of Lexington produced the “shot heard round the world” then Burgoyne’s surrender at Saratoga produced the “shock heard round the world.” At Saratoga the unthinkable happened. […]

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Risk Management is Ongoing

How to Implement an Effective Enterprise Risk Management Strategy At Christian Colleges and Universities

The term “enterprise risk management” (ERM) is getting a lot of attention lately. But the fact is, your institution is already implementing enterprise risk management every time you make a decision considering risk, which is probably every day. The question is whether your institution is managing the enterprise risk management proces s and effectively anticipating, […]

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The role of a Chief Business Officer  involves more than numbers.

Character vs. Conscience: Understanding the Role of a Chief Business Officer and a President

College presidents represent the character and imagination of the schools they serve. They set the tone; they cast the vision. Chief Business Officers (CBOs) also have a distinct role. They represent the conscience of the school; their voice is essential. Without it, we have character without conscience, which will diminish the effectiveness of the president […]

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Financial Money Pressure

Avoiding the Spiral: 7 Proven Alternatives to Hyper-Discounting

A recent article in Business Insider graphically shows how higher education has remained relatively affordable over the past few years, in marked contrast to what many in the media have led us to believe.1 Since our firm serves private institutions of various shapes and sizes (primarily Christian), the institutional perspective intrigued me. What might be gleaned […]

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