Location: Capitol C
This presentation will address future studies and ways that they can help inform the development strategies and plans for continuing education. The presentation will be interactive with individual and group exercises. It will explain the value and credibility of future studies, conduct a “very “Short course” in future studies and foresight and then discuss the ways futuring techniques can be used to help anticipate both the demand for continuing education and the subjects that are likely to be of interest to students.
Steve Henick is a retired international business executive with 33 years of experience managing multi-national businesses. He started his career with Procter & Gamble Inc. and remained in the consumer products business working with companies like Atari and A. T. Cross and with products ranging from laundry detergents to fishing tackle. He has lived and worked in several countries and has conducted business in all of the major international markets and many small markets as well.
Since retiring, Steve has become involved in higher education. He served as a Lecturer at Anne Arundel Community College and as the Director of the School’s Institute for the Future where he developed courses for undergraduates and futures training programs for the United States Intelligence Community. Steve has presented on the subject of future studies to civic organizations, secondary schools, universities, and at conferences on higher education. He is currently a Collegiate Associate Professor at the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) and a Vice Dean responsible for Business and Professional Programs.
Steve is a graduate of Columbia University (BA) and the Harvard Graduate Business School (MBA). He served for five years in the United Sates Marine Corps and was a pilot and was decorated for heroism and staff work.
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