This webinar will be given by Richard Light, the Carl H. Pforzheimer Jr. Professor of Teaching and Learning at Harvard Graduate School of Education, and M-RCBG faculty affiliate. It will be given as part of M-RCBG's weekly Business & Government webinar series. Registration is required.America and various other countries have many ‘pretty good’ colleges and universities. Yet few of them can really be called great. At a time of much disruption and upheaval, what are four or five big ideas that can help leaders of colleges and universities push their institutions from ‘pretty good’ to become ‘genuinely outstanding.’ In this presentation and discussion, Richard Light will emphasize concrete suggestions that are either no-cost or very low cost for a campus to actually implement. He also will share two brief, case studies of universities that have successfully moved from ‘good to great’ because of rigorous and analytic planning.
Speakers and Presenters
Richard Light, the Carl H. Pforzheimer Jr. Professor of Teaching and Learning at Harvard Graduate School of Education, and M-RCBG faculty affiliate.