Global Higher Education Strategy Monitor
The Global Higher Education Strategy Monitor’s mission is to tell the story of how higher education leaders – primarily at the institutional level, but also at the national level – are using strategy to improve their institutions and systems. We complement existing day-to-day news sources by taking a longer view, focusing on how institutions and governments choose to leverage particular strengths or make targeted investments to drive long-term innovations and quality improvement in higher education.
The inaugural issue of the Monitor features the following:
- The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School: “Now is not the time for a traditional MBA”
- The Sampoerna School of Education: Will a U.S. land grant model work in Indonesia?
- Ashesi University College: A liberal arts education model for Africa
- U.K. Watch – Price and Competition: a government fundamentally misunderstands the nature of universities
- Cross Border Education – American universities in the Gulf: a failure or market intelligence
The Fall 2011 issue of the Global Higher Education Strategy Monitor, Excelling in a Time of Crisis, will feature institutional and national responses to the global financial crisis, and the Winter 2011 issue will look at responses to the problem of graduate unemployment around the world.