As we move to a world driven by platforms, the strategy of Christian higher education needs to adjust. This presentation lays out a vision for how Christian higher education might adjust its strategy to compete in a global world dominated by platforms.
If this were a "flipped classroom," here would be my discussion questions:
Do you buy this vision and strategy? How can it be improved?
If you do buy this, how can we become change agents to get the larger movement of Christian higher education to adapt its strategy? Who are the key influencers that we need to reach? How can we help bring the change that is needed?
In this presentation I'm trying to capture some of of what I'm hoping will be come part of what the vision of Christian Higher Education Innovation Alliance might help do to achieve a "preferred future." What are your thoughts on the vision of CHEIA when it grows up?
The intended audience for this presentation is change agents (like those this group) rather than skeptics. I realize that there would need to be a different presentation targeting skeptics, but honestly, I think the best way to win them over will be not through presentations, but by creating new wineskins that demonstrate that this works.