In its second year, this two-day Institute is designed for current deans and prospective deans to provide them with the leadership skills required in their role as head of the business unit. The focus this year will be on Strategic Planning and Strategic Leadership. This Institute builds on the content presented during the 2012-13 Seminar Series and experiences shared there as they relate to deans and department chairs.
This session will be led by Olin Oedekoven who serves as President and CEO of
The session will include a "mini” strategic planning session; however the overall seminar will focus on strategic leadership, not just on strategic planning.
Registration and Fees
The cost is $289 for the first member attendee/$209 for the second member attendee/$349 for a nonmember attendee. Registration for this event is entirely separate from the Annual Conference. The workshop will take place over a day and a half. On Thursday, June 20, participants will attend a Networking Luncheon, followed by afternoon and evening consultation. Morning sessions will begin the morning of Friday, June 21, followed by the Opening Luncheon of the ACBSP Annual Conference.
Register online using the following link: http://www.cvent.com/d/bcqc77
Annette E. Craven, Ph.D. is a past president of ACBSP, professor of management at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas, and managing partner of QPR Associates, LLC. She has a Ph.D. in higher education administration and human communications from the University of Denver, master’s degrees in human relations and adult education from the University of Oklahoma, and a B.S. in business administration from the College of the Ozarks. She is an Illinois-licensed CPA and served as a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program Examiner from 2007-2009 and senior examiner in 2011. Under her leadership as president of ACBSP, the Committee for Scholar-Practitioners Publications was formed and the first scholarly journal, The Annual Edition: Recognizing Excellence in Business Education, created. She has many years of experience in higher education governance and strategic planning, assessment, and quality improvement.
Olin Oedekoven is President & CEO of Peregrine Academic Services based in Gillette, Wyoming. His company provides a variety of online educational services associated with business school accreditation and assessment. His background and experience are quite diverse including 20 years as a wildlife biologist with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, 33 years in the U.S. Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserves (retired in 2011 as a Brigadier General), and most recently as owner of both Peregrine Academic Services and the Peregrine Leadership Institute. His undergraduate degree is from South Dakota State University and his graduate degrees are from the University of Wyoming (MS), the U.S. Army War College (MSS), and Northcentral University (MBA and PhD).