Category : Strategy

How Long Is the Long Tail?

The COVID-19 pandemic is disproportionately affecting some industries more than others. Arts, entertainment, recreation, and restaurants are among the hardest hit industries while technology flourishes in a WFH era. This chart, drawing on research by McKinsey and Oxford Economics, a … READ MORE

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Join Us for “The Shape of What Comes Next”

In just five days, Triangle will conduct a free webinar, “The Shape Of What Comes Next,” on how the current moment will shape the future of private, independent education around the world. This live session will be held twice so … READ MORE

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Re-Onboarding Veteran Faculty and Staff

July is almost half over, and the 2020-21 school year looms in the murky near future. While every private, independent school leader we know is spending their summer creating and modifying multiple scenario plans for how school might work as … READ MORE

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Is COVID-19 an Existential Threat for the Independent School Sector?

Is the end of private, independent education at hand? Will the COVID-19 pandemic bring us to the proverbial tipping point where large numbers of parents look at their invoice for another year of tuition and say, “no more?” Robert Farrington, … READ MORE

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What Might Come this Fall?

Two articles this week from the Chronicle of Higher Education are especially chilling for anyone in the education industry. Both articles connect to the long tail effect that the COVID-19 pandemic is having and will have on schools, and we … READ MORE

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Why Strategize Now?

It must have been in Year 2 that ancient humans realized the uncertainty—unpredictability—of the future. The weeks and months have never been linear extensions of the ones before, and there have always been events that seemed to come out of … READ MORE

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