During this period of change in higher education, colleges and universities must not shy away from asking themselves difficult questions, and making tough choices if they intend to keep up.
Whether facing major challenges or striving to re-envision the institution, change isn't easy. To be bold, tough choices will have to be made.
Experts from AGB University tackle this issue and offer their advice on how presidents and boards should prepare themselves to make these decisions as efficiently as possible.
Russell Ramsey, chairman emeritus of George Washington University, argues that colleges and universities must not shy away from asking themselves difficult questions.
Mary Graham Davis, chair of the board at Mount Holyoke College, describes techniques to help boards prepare for tough decisions.