Entries by John Lawlor

SPECIAL Moment in Time

This past Father’s Day weekend was a memorable moment in time on multiple fronts. It definitely facilitated a reflection on many of the highs and lows that have been encountered […]

Catalyst for Future Success

As we have already referenced this month, AGB’s most recent Trusteeship magazine was full of informative insights that are so relevant to today’s market conditions. AGB’s executive vice president, Mary […]

More March Madness

No question, these are fascinating times for most colleges and universities. And while the month of March often brings a mood of uncertainty and madness during a normal March season, […]

Staying Positive

While contemplating this month’s Focus theme, much of last month’s content is still lingering. As we noted last month, no question these are trying times that so often diminish positive […]

A Thankful Moment

No question, these are trying times that so often diminish positive thinking for so many, but now is the time to engage in self-reflection, put things in perspective, and stay […]

Facilitating Change

No question, numerous changes have occurred for all colleges and universities over the past decades, but in many ways the process for dealing with changes and responding accordingly has not […]

Powering Your Persuasiveness

There are edupreneurial people working in higher education who, even during trying times for so many colleges and universities on multiple fronts, are continuing to stay positive about opportunities. In […]

Higher Ed Focusing Today

Last month in our May e-newsletter, we highlighted the need for college and university communities to be entrepreneurial — or as we stipulated for the higher education sector, edupreneurial. Ironically, […]

Edupreneurism

The month of May has always been a memorable moment in time. Several sources note that the month of May is “likely named after Maia, the goddess of growth.” No […]

Durable Evidence

We mentioned three years ago in our April Focus that “April showers will bring May flowers.” Unfortunately, today most of higher education is being “showered” with more obstacles that are […]