September 3 2019

"Colleges and universities aren’t typically known for being nimble or change-embracing, but intense and rapid changes in technology, demographics, and culture are demanding that higher ed innovate and evolve faster and with greater vision than ever before. In this two-part series, experts from consulting firm Credo introduce us to their new book 'Pivot: A Vision for the New University,' and discuss working with campus leaders to achieve and exceed challenging goals while fostering rapid change. In this episode, 'Pivot' co-author Joanne Soliday shares solid examples of success, and talks about 'disrupters-in-chief' and how to turn the concept of consensus on its head."

Listen to author and Credo Co-founder Joanne Soliday in the latest 31 Minutes podcast here:

Stay tuned for part two of the podcast, coming soon. 

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31Minutes is H·A ThirtyOne’s podcast for finding and sharing the best ideas to help inspire higher ed marketers, communicators and leaders of all ilks. Each episode brings together co-hosts Karyn Adams, Principal & Creative Director for H·A ThirtyOne, and Karen Black, Creative Content Strategist for the firm, to talk with guests and explore one “best idea.”

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Credo Pivot Cover 8•5x11 2018_v1 (1)-1From Joanne Soliday, Credo Co-Founder, and Dr. Mark Lombardi, President of Maryville University, "Pivot: A Vision for the New University" is a new book focusing on the disruptive change that must occur in higher education. Get the whole story behind the podcast interview by ordering your copy of "Pivot: A Vision for the New University" on Amazon in hardback or eBook. 

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