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Join Nine Shift authors for an exclusive seminar!

Thu, Oct 20,2011 @ 02:02 PM
by Suzanne Kart |

describe the imageJoin futurists Julie Coates and William Draves in a strategic planning seminar for community and technical college decision makers, including chief academic officers, college presidents, vice presidents, members of boards of trustees, and other senior decision makers.

  • Experience two days with experts who spend every day on the cutting edge of education.
  • Discover how society is changing as we move from the Industrial Age to the Internet Age. Learn about the implications for repositioning your community or technical college for success in the new century.
  • Take home our exclusive 21 action recommendations for strategic planning for community and technical colleges, and participate in the adventure to make our education even more successful in the second decade of the century.

In the next ten years, our society will transition from the Industrial Age of the last century to the Internet Age of the 21st century. Community and technical colleges will necessarily have to be transformed to meet the new requirements for society, your local economy, your students and teachers, and the quality of life in your community.

The need for discussion and dialogue about strategic planning and education initiatives has never been greater. There is now widely recognized confusion about the direction of higher education and the role of community and technical colleges in this century.

Nine Shift Strategic Planning Seminar, Feb. 1-2, 2012, Fort Lauderdale.

What to know more about Nine Shift and the contemporary challenges to education? Download the first chapter today!

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