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Event>September Friday Research Forum: Integrative Leadership in Public Education

Despite numerous education reform attempts by government and society over the past 40 years to address the inequities in the US public...

You are invited! Friday Research Forum on March 29th

What is the best level where leadership efforts can create common good; micro (individuals) or macro (organizations and institutions)? Is the "common...

The Twin Cities as a corporate headquarters cluster: A story of human capital

On Friday, February 15th, CIL's Co-Academic Director & Carlson School Professor Myles Shaver presented his initial findings of his exploration of these...

The Twin Cities as a corporate headquarters cluster: What do the numbers tell us?

It's widely known that the Twin Cities is currently home to 19 Fortune 500 firms and the prevalence of these headquarters is...

IL in Rapidly Diversifying Rural Communities

By Girija Tulpule, CIL Research Assistant At the Friday Leadership Research Forum on November 30th, Dr. Scott Chazdon, Senior Researcher at the...

Friday Research Forum: Learning to Facilitate Deliberation

The Center for Integrative Leadership kicked-off of the Friday Leadership Research Forum on Friday, September 28th at the relatively central Science Teaching...

Being a T-shaped person in an I-shaped system

At last Friday's research forum, Dan Forbes of the Carlson School, walked us through the findings from his collaborative research on entrepreneurial...

Friday Forum Followup: The Importance of 'How' and 'Why' in Nonprofit Network Advocacy

How do nonprofit policy networks function and why do they function the way they do? Humphrey School of Public Affairs Professor Jodi...

Leadership Needed to Move the (Vaccine) Needle

"Leadership is about acknowledging the truth, even when you don't like it, and being bold enough to address it." Last month marked...

Unexpected Influences: Oct. 28th Forum Review

"If you think deficit-reduction is being driven by John Boehner or Harry Reid, think again. The biggest driver right now is Standard...

Friday Research Forum: Credit Rating Agencies Constrain Political Budget Cycles in Developing Democracies

Ever wonder what influence a country's credit rating has on budgeting and spending policy? Or why do certain regimes choose to invest...

Reflections: Boundary Work Forum with Dr. Quick

Last Friday, in the shiny new Science Teaching and Student Services Building on the edge of the Mississippi River, the Center for...

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