Leveraging ACBSP Collaboration to Promote Articulation for Seamless Transfer

ACBSP programmatic accreditation provides academic consistency and fosters mutual respect among members, and in the case of two specific institutions, led to a fast-tracked collaboration in the form of an articulation agreement. … More Leveraging ACBSP Collaboration to Promote Articulation for Seamless Transfer

Student Teacher

During a recent lecturing opportunity, I was thinking about my work with the Kansas Legislature and how it fits with the broader principles of leadership. A former work colleague, Dr. Jonathan Fisk, asked me to speak to his MPA class at Auburn University. His focus was ethics and leadership in the public sector. These are concepts I think about often, but I had not previously had a reason to put my thoughts into text. It was a welcome exercise to spend time on the subject, and I thought I would share my thoughts for our readership. … More Student Teacher

The Practical Side of Standard One

STANDARD #1.  Leadership Administrators and the faculty must personally lead and be involved in creating and sustaining values, business program directions, performance expectations, student focus, and a leadership system that promotes performance excellence.  These values and expectations must be integrated into the business program’s leadership system; and the business programs must continuously learn, improve, and … More The Practical Side of Standard One