SNAP POLL OPEN: Leadership Lessons in Online Learning & HigherEd Innovation
I’d appreciate hearing about your leadership lessons in online learning and higher ed innovation as I prepare my keynote presentation, Unintended Leadership Learning, for the MarylandOnline Leadership Institute.
Other than formal leadership training/courses … What leadership lessons have you learned along the way? What activities or venues proved to be a source of leadership learning?
Participate and share your experiences here! Summary results will be posted later!
Barriers to the Approval of Proposals – Snap Poll Results
The initial results from a July, 2016 snap poll targeted to higher ed online learning and innovation professionals suggest that the connection to senior leadership is perceived as a key barrier to achieving approval of proposals. Of the 71 individuals that responded to the poll, 90% indicated that an understanding of and access to senior leaderships has been a barrier to the approval of proposals. 64% cited institutional resources, 21% noted linking to the strategic plan and collaborators, 12% mentioned their technical knowledge and skills in preparing proposals, and 3% named faculty cooperation as obstacles to their ability to garner approval for their online learning and innovation proposals.
Interested in what senior decision makers are thinking about when they review your proposal? Check out six sets of questions.