In the News Archive

(From Quartz) Gender equality in the workplace is arguably one of the most important ways to attract and retain employees, invest in long-term financial growth and act as an employer of integrity. Quartz media, the Harvard ...
(From Reveal News) A recent investigative report showed that Louisiana’s $40 million-a-year state-funded voucher program has spawned new private schools of questionable value. While public schools must meet rigorous standards ...
(from the New York Times) U.S.  Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is working to overhaul federal rules on sexual misconduct that will impact not only college campuses, but also public elementary and secondary schools, where ...
(From FEI Daily) To drive financial innovation and execute new ideas, consider these three points:  Focus on the customer : What does the customer need and what are some of their pain points?  Often, the key is solving ...
(From Inside Higher Ed) As college enrollment declines nationally, colleges are discounting tuition to recruit and retain more first-year students. The 2018 NACUBO Tuition Discounting Study, which reports final discounting ...

Strategic Planning Tips

(from Chief Executive) Six tips to creating a strategic plan that is useful to everyone in an organization: Use a facilitator: don't make this your personal show. Limit the number of participants in the early stages. ...
(from ISM) Suicide is the second leading cause of death for teenagers, according to a recent report in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology. The number of attempted or considered suicides among adolescents has risen sharply ...

Arbitration on the Decline

(from Fisher Phillips) Some companies are ending their mandatory arbitration policies. Why now? Public pressure in the wake of the #MeToo movement. Arbitration agreements and the confidentiality associated with them ...
(from the New York Times) On Tuesday, two high school students in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, carried out an active-shooter attack at their school, killing one student and wounding eight others. All casualties followed students' ...
(from Nonprofit Quarterly) While other universities are having trouble filling seats, Capital University in Bexley, Ohio (outside Columbus) has increased its enrollment. The school, which began in 1830 as a seminary for ...