58 min

Alexander Clark ALP: The Admissions Leadership Podcast

    • Self-Improvement

Alexander Clark, Founder & CEO of Technolutions (the folks behind Slate), shares the origin story of the CRM that changed the higher ed landscape, as well as the things he has learned along a journey that started with his first entrepreneurial venture ... in fifth grade. Bonus fun: learn about the freedom and flexibility of halcyon days.

This episode is brought to you by RHB, which has been providing enrollment, marketing, CRM and organizational solutions for more than 300 institutions around the world for 30 years.

Rapid Descent
Walkout song:  Voyager by Daft PunkBest recent read: The Microsoft research study on the effects of remote work on collaboration among information workers. Eager to read next: Finite and Infinite Games by James Carse and Future Shock by Alvin TofflerFavorite thing to make in the kitchen: Grilling simple burgers outside on the weekend with herbs, tomatoes, and lettuces from the backyard garden.What he uses to take and keep notes: "I haven’t taken notes in two decades and store everything in my head. If something falls out, which of course a great deal does, I figure it’s either unimportant or, if it indeed was important, someone else will store it for me and remind me of it later. It’s a great priority filter." Memorable bit of advice: From a middle school science teacher, that if you ever want to start a business, go to a cocktail party and listen to people complain about their jobs. If you can find solutions to their challenges, you have your first customers.Bucket list: Flying to Paris, following a “36 hours in Paris” itinerary in the New York Times hour for hour, and flying home. Mostly to have the bragging rights for when folks ask what I did last weekend I can respond, “I had a craving for French food, so I flew to Paris."Theme music arranged by Ryan Anselment.

Alexander Clark, Founder & CEO of Technolutions (the folks behind Slate), shares the origin story of the CRM that changed the higher ed landscape, as well as the things he has learned along a journey that started with his first entrepreneurial venture ... in fifth grade. Bonus fun: learn about the freedom and flexibility of halcyon days.

This episode is brought to you by RHB, which has been providing enrollment, marketing, CRM and organizational solutions for more than 300 institutions around the world for 30 years.

Rapid Descent
Walkout song:  Voyager by Daft PunkBest recent read: The Microsoft research study on the effects of remote work on collaboration among information workers. Eager to read next: Finite and Infinite Games by James Carse and Future Shock by Alvin TofflerFavorite thing to make in the kitchen: Grilling simple burgers outside on the weekend with herbs, tomatoes, and lettuces from the backyard garden.What he uses to take and keep notes: "I haven’t taken notes in two decades and store everything in my head. If something falls out, which of course a great deal does, I figure it’s either unimportant or, if it indeed was important, someone else will store it for me and remind me of it later. It’s a great priority filter." Memorable bit of advice: From a middle school science teacher, that if you ever want to start a business, go to a cocktail party and listen to people complain about their jobs. If you can find solutions to their challenges, you have your first customers.Bucket list: Flying to Paris, following a “36 hours in Paris” itinerary in the New York Times hour for hour, and flying home. Mostly to have the bragging rights for when folks ask what I did last weekend I can respond, “I had a craving for French food, so I flew to Paris."Theme music arranged by Ryan Anselment.

58 min