Article selected by Daniel McDiarmid, Principal Consultant
The Australian, January 2016
The Australian’s “30 Most Influential” in Higher Education, says much about effectiveness in lobbying government, research funding, rankings, innovation and international students, but there is no commentary on the utility of the 30 most influential in gaining community engagement, industry cooperation or philanthropic support. These topics are important to some of the people on the list, but look like being swamped by the other big issues facing higher education in 2016.
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