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The drive for innovation is unifying. From small, private colleges to large companies that span the globe, innovation is a cultural imperative. As higher education becomes more competitive both at the local and international level, industry leaders must infuse their organizations with new ideas, approaches, and perspectives to succeed. As I read the latest chapter … READ
Young people like Greta Thunberg and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Young Leaders are inspiring more young people to engage in the groundswell of climate activism. Their passion is not surprising. They are, after all, the ones who will be most impacted by the social, economic, and physical effects of climate change in the … READ
To keep overall operational costs in check some schools find themselves in scenarios where maintenance and operations (M&O), system upgrades, and/or repairs are purposely deferred to a future budget cycle or postponed until funding becomes available (known as Deferred Maintenance). Deferred maintenance may seem like a reasonable short-term fix. But, the fact is this is … READ
When I was younger I can’t say I had a thought out career strategy. I arrived in the U.S. at 17, as an immigrant from Mumbai with a total of two bags. My strategy was to put one foot in front of the other. READ
A comprehensive facilities management (FM) strategy can support the objectives of independent schools, yielding real results. A solid strategy starts with mapping the operational capabilities and infrastructure needs of the school to plan both preventative maintenance and strategic improvements. READ
Back when I first witnessed caregiving, growing up with a father who worked with seniors, it never occurred to me that the field could be cutting-edge. In fact, I thought of it as closer to an ageless art. READ
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