The Daily Herald: The school will cease all instruction May 7, said Jim Lindus, who was appointed to the position of executive director of the private college on Thursday. "The business model we have is not sustainable, not with the number of students we have," Lindus said.
Bloomberg Business: Job-hopping millennials are getting older. Unlike previous generations of young people who eventually settled into a company for long-term financial security, the generation born between 1982 and 2004 isn't taking the bait, a new survey shows.
Christianity Today: No sabbatical. No help with counseling. No clear picture of what's expected. Hundreds of former evangelical pastors say these were the crucial elements missing from the final churches they led before quitting the pastorate, according to a recent study by LifeWay Research.
Harvard Business Review: Roger L. Martin writes that we would get better "execution" if we stopped using the term and instead recognized that everybody in the organization makes choices as to what to do and what not to do.
Smithsonian Magazine: In his new book, "The Right Kind of Crazy," NASA engineer Adam Steltzner shares his insights on how to inspire people to make the impossible possible.