Howard Teibel works with Chief Business Officers, Chief Academic Officers and their teams to confront their toughest challenges as they envision how to define – and redefine – the value of a 21st century education.
Howard’s podcast, Navigating Change brings together thought leaders to explore innovations that shift how teams in education work together. His academic writing includes co-authoring the book: Redesigning Higher Education: Systemic Integration and Cluster Based Learning, written with Don Birx, President of Plymouth State University.
This February, the preeminent meeting for independent school business operations professionals returns in person! This week, NBOA CEO Jeff Shields joins Howard Teibel to talk about the year past and the importance of reengaging your business officer commu
Joining Howard Teibel today in conversation is Dr. Nathan Grawe, distinguished teaching professor of the social sciences at Carleton College, where he has served on the faculty since 1999. You might have seen Nathan’s work as it relates to the framing of
Infusing Innovation into Your Institution: Building Sustainable Change – A Conversation with Howard Teibel and Jeff Shields
Jeff Shields, CEO of the National Business Officers Association and Howard Teibel explore these questions in anticipation of the upcoming February all-virtual NBOA Annual Meeting. The opportunity in this year is to prepare ourselves with the right state
This conversation with UCLA professor Dr. Christopher Surro reflects on an essential topic for all of us: How do we engage students, colleagues, and peers to promote the kind of learning we all need in these times. Whether you’re an administrator, Dean, C
Today on the show we bring a demonstration of living a mission. Our guest is Doug Brown, President of UMass Memorial Community Hospitals and Chief Administrative Officer for the UMass Memorial Health Care system. He had a vision for their community – look
Dr. Robert Quinn and Howard Teibel pick up where they left off in episode 222 of the podcast and now focus on what it looks like to give up control to create something most of us only imagine – an engaged, connected and purpose-focused organization, where
In this week’s conversation, Colby College senior Heather Jahrling and Howard Teibel explore what worked — and what didn’t — in the transition to learning from home, and what students are looking for as we face the fall.
Today on the show, Howard has a conversation with Dr. Robert Quinn, professor emeritus at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and co-founder for the Center for Position Organizations. Howard and Robert explore what it looks like to step up into an authentic way of leading – both from the heart and with conviction.
Today, Howard Teibel and Dr. Nelson Baker discuss the kind of education emerging through this COVID era and Dr. Baker’s specific experience overseeing the Professional Education Division at Georgia Tech.
This week on Navigating Change educator and futurist Bryan Alexander joins us for a conversation on scenario planning in the era of COVID-19.