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Should Higher Education Leaders Worry About the Future?
Six liberal arts presidents discuss the prediction that half of higher education institutions will be facing bankruptcy or liquidation within 10 to 15 years.
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Clayton Christensen Delivers Keynote
He offers cautionary tales of industry giants felled by technological disruption and why higher education should take note.
Career Services Explores Disruption in Employment
Speakers at breakout sessions and panel discussion examine today's evolving career landscape.
Career Services Discussion
View a specific segment at these times in the video:
10:55 -- New Data On Liberal Arts and Employment
44:15 -- The T-Shaped Professional
1:16:33 -- Panel Discussion
Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School; Co-founder of the innovation consulting firm Innosight
Clayton Christensen is regarded as one of the world’s top experts on innovation and growth. He is the author of
The Innovator’s Dilemma
named one of the six most important books about business ever written.
1977 Colgate graduate; Chairman of CBS News
Jeffrey Fager became the first chairman of CBS News in February 2011. He reshaped the network's flagship broadcast,
, which regularly makes Nielsen’s Top 10. His efforts to widen the program's reach online have proved to be the premier model for electronic journalism in the digital age.
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PANEL OF PRESIDENTS
Joan Hinde Stewart