Changing times in Higher Education Viewed through the Prism of the Business Model looks at change using the approach of Clayton Christensen.
Change and the Research University was written as part of the process that led to the 2004 Strategic Plan for USC.
The Creative University in a Flat World considers what creativity is, and various ways by which a University can seek to increase creativity of its students, faculty and community.
A New Game in Town:Competitive Higher Education looks at ways in which new developments in higher education have the potential to introduce actual competition. This was later expanded into a book chapter.
Distance Learning: Challenges and Questions was written during the dot-com boom in 2000. It is interesting to see how many of the issues brought up in this paper are still important today.
Higher Education and the Global Marketplace: Entrepreneurial Activity in a Dynamic Environment, written with Doug Becker, CEO of Laureate Education. This looks at the roles of for- and non-profit educational institutions in the changing environment for higher education.
The Rationale for and the challenge of embedding sustainability into higher education institutions was a plenary presentation at an international conference in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on December 3-4 2010 to advance plans for the creation of a new private university in Vietnam to be called Tri Viet University
For a full list of all my publications
Competing in the global higher education marketplace: Outsourcing, twinning and Franchising in New Directions for Higher Education. Looks at drivers of globalization and discusses issues and risks of different institutional appproaches.
Globalization and Higher Education in the CHEPA Navigator. A much shorter take on issues of globalization.
Coveting the U.S model of higher education? Be careful what you wish for. In the Higher Education Network blog of the Guardian. Why the U.S. model of higher ed may not be the best choice for many other countries.
Learning to Do: Anchoring a State Comprehensive University in Mission Drift, with Michael Horn and Michelle Weise. Chapter 8 in The University Next Door: What is a Comprehensive University, Who Does It Education, and Can It Survive?.. which pretty well describes the paper.
Barriers to innovation and change in higher education. In the TIAA-CREF Institute series. Uses a business model analysis to identify barriers to change in higher education.