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The Weightlist Podcast Episode 9 – Agile Enrollment Featuring Eric Shriner

In 2001, a group of computer scientists gathered at a resort to collectively rethink the methods that had dominated software development projects for decades. This rise of “agile development” emphasized cross-functional teams operating within rapid iterative cycles and fast feedback loops and has fundamentally changed not only software development, but also organizational effectiveness. Keeping up with the ever evolving interests and needs of adolescents and young adults requires an equally rapid set of organizational habits within admissions offices. What can enrollment managers learn from agile development organizations like Google X? Eric Shriner, Vice President of Information Technology at Capture Higher Ed grabs a brew and joins the conversation.

Thom: Sweetwater Brewing Company, Atlanta, GA,
18 Belgian-Style Tripel Ale,

Brad: Boulevard Brewing Company, Kansas City, MO,
Tell Tale Tart,

Eric: Goodwood Brewing, Louisville, KY,
Walnute Brown Ale,

Free State Brewing, Lawrence, KS,
Standish Group 2015 Chaos Report,
NCAA Bracket Combinations:
Bounded Rationality, Simon, H. A. (1957). Models of man; social and rational,
Agile Manifesto,
We kept it gray!,

Artist: Doctor Turtle,
Track: It Looks Like The Future, But It Feels Like The Past,

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