President Wingard writes about organizational strategy, leadership development and the future of work. He is a featured columnist for Forbes magazine, has op-eds published for national news outlets and has authored multiple books.
Dec. 14, 2022: The Philadelphia Tribune
In this op-ed, President Wingard writes about his family’s decision to move to North Philadelphia.
Aug. 16, 2022: Inside Higher Ed
In this article, President Wingard delivers his “burning platform” for institutions of higher education.
June 9, 2022: New York Daily News
President Wingard discusses the new world of NIL (name, image, likeness) in college athletics.
April 18, 2022: The Chicago Tribune
Read President Wingard’s op-ed regarding the homicide crisis affecting U.S. universities.
Feb. 15, 2022: New York Daily News
In this article for the NY Daily News, President Wingard discusses the importance of advancing inclusion within the NFL.
Feb. 8, 2022: LinkedIn
In this article, President Wingard writes about the declining number of Black male doctors in the U.S. and the need to ensure a movement toward equity.
Oct. 18, 2021: Chicago Tribune
Read President Wingard’s op-ed for the Chicago Tribune, “Colleges can lead hot-button issues by pushing critical thinking,” republished on Temple Now.
- “This is what the office will look like in 2022,” Fast Company, Nov. 17, 2020
- “Why companies need creative leaders in the future of work,” Forbes, May 29, 2020
- “The “future of work” is here, thanks to Covid-19,” Quartz, May 22, 2020
- “How Continuing Education is Preparing Us For The Future of Work,” The EvoLLLution, Feb. 20, 2020
- “What Uber is getting right that other startups aren’t,” Fortune, Sept. 19, 2015
- “Housing Market Needs Job Growth to Rebound,” TheStreet, June 15, 2011
- “End of QE2 Won’t Squash Economic Growth,” TheStreet, June 6, 2011
- “Prepping Players for Life After the NFL,” Black Enterprise, May 30, 2011
- “Time to End Europe’s Hold on IMF Leadership?” TheStreet, May 19, 2011
- “Obama and Crisis Leadership: Opinion,” TheStreet, May 17, 2011
- “Another kind of NFL draft preview: Football players utterly unprepared for life after the gridiron,” New York Daily News (April 28, 2011
The College Devaluation Crisis: Market Disruption, Diminishing ROI, and an Alternative Future of Learning
As employers seek new, innovative opportunities to train talent and move away from college degree requirements, higher education must realign its value proposition accordingly. In his new book The College Devaluation Crisis: Market Disruption, Diminishing ROI, and an Alternative Future of Learning, President Wingard discusses how universities must develop their own models of training and of talent scouting.
The Great Skills Gap: Optimizing Talent for the Future Workplace
Technological innovation in the digital age is driving a change in employers’ needs and how colleges and universities can prepare students for the workforce. The Great Skills Gap: Optimizing Talent for the Future Workplace explores how businesses and institutions of higher education can best collaborate in support of the 21st-century workforce.
Learning for Life: How Continuous Education Will Keep Us Competitive in the Global Knowledge Economy
Learning for Life: How Continuous Education Will Keep Us Competitive in the Global Knowledge Economy identifies the skills gap between the U.S. and its global competitors. Education models across corporations, workforce development, schools and higher education must shift toward new ways of thinking and learning to bridge this gap.
Learning to Succeed: Rethinking Corporate Education in a World of Unrelenting Change
In order to survive, businesses need to prioritize identifying and assessing where they need to go and training employees to get them there. In Learning to Succeed: Rethinking Corporate Education in a World of Unrelenting Change, President Wingard addresses the need for new education initiatives that align with corporate goals and set up businesses and the workforce for success.