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Arizona State University

Scaling the New American Research University
Monica Higgins and Nicole Magnuson

This case offers a multifaceted examination of leadership, vision, and scaling for impact within a public higher education institution: Arizona State University (ASU). 

College of the Great Lakes

Developed by the Harvard Kennedy School and the Harvard Graduation School of Education, the “College of the Great Lakes” is an interactive, in-class simulation exercise focused on crisis leadership in higher education at a small private university

Duke Corporate Education, Inc.

Blair Sheppard, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, considered customized executive education the key to a strong financial future for the institution.

George Washington University

The College of Professional Studies

George Washington University has successfully utilized all traditional forms of generating revenues. If the university hopes to continue growing, an innovative approach to increase revenue must be found.

Great Lakes State University

Developed by the Harvard Kennedy School and the Harvard Graduation School of Education, “Great Lakes State University” is an interactive, in-class simulation exercise focused on crisis leadership in higher education at a small public university.

Kathy Finnegan

This case describes several days in the life of a chief librarian at a small liberal arts college. Time management and delineation of responsibilities are key issues.

Kettering University and the Flint Water Crisis (A)

Joseph Kralick and Judith McLaughlin

In 2015, President Robert McMahan of Kettering University is in the midst of realizing his strategic “pillars of success” for the institution when the Flint Water Crisis breaks out.  

Kettering University and the Flint Water Crisis (B)

Joseph Kralick and Judith McLaughlin

Kettering University President Robert McMahan utilizes insights gained at the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s “Crisis Leadership in Higher Education” seminar to respond to the Flint Water Crisis. 

Marlboro College (A)

This case reviews the staffing dilemmas faced by President LeBlanc as he attempts to restructure his cabinet to maximize its effectiveness as a senior leadership team.

Marlboro College (B)

On June 6, 2000, President LeBlanc sends a memorandum to the Marlboro community announcing changes in staffing and administrative organization.

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