College Crunch (2003)
One casualty of the sustained bear market on Wall Street has been in the field of higher education. As a result of the economic downturn, many colleges and universities have seen shrinking endowments over the past few years. Shrinking endowments, in turn, have forced many institutions to make hard, painful budgetary choices.
What's the cause of the "college crunch" faced by many institutions? What lessons can be drawn from the crunch?
This Story of the Month model from February 2003, draws on two essential systems thinking skills, system as cause thinking and dynamic thinking to shed some light on these issues.
- College-Crunch.itm (622.93 Kb)
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