Reflections of an Adjunct

This week we welcome guest blogger Dr. Jeremiah Nelson. Dr. Jeremiah Nelson teaches Entrepreneurial Thinking and Innovative Practice in Higher Education in Bay Path’s Higher Education Leadership and Organizational Studies (HELOS) doctoral program. He serves as Director of MBA Enrollment Management at Wake Forest University School of Business and President of NAGAP, the Association for Graduate … Continue reading Reflections of an Adjunct

Cultivating Creativity when Times are Tough—Part I

In last week’s post, I talked about the importance of nurturing an ‘innovative mindset’, especially when times are tough and the pressures to hunker down are overwhelming. And yet, from my own personal experience, I know that this is anything but easy.  On the average college campus, there are any number of barriers at play … Continue reading Cultivating Creativity when Times are Tough—Part I

5 Destructive Myths about Innovation

Creative thinking skills are more important than ever if we are to deal with the vast and complex array of challenges facing nearly all colleges and universities.  In my own research on successful college management practices, one of the most enduring characteristics of resilient institutions is an ‘innovative mindset.’  Especially when times are tough—like right … Continue reading 5 Destructive Myths about Innovation