Postsecondary institutions need to adapt to the changes created by the pandemic to continue to be competitive, write Gary Bolles and Alejandro Caballero. Bolles and Caballero write that the shifts created by the pandemic have forced institutions around the world to reassess their ability to meet student needs through their academic models and have forced university leaders to develop skillsets that allow them to thrive during change. These shifts also have made it necessary for institutions to adopt new technology that could enrich student experiences. The authors argue that universities that use old models will face challenges or become obsolete, while those that are innovating with hybrid models, bundling, or crowdsourcing platforms will threaten those that have not adapted. University World News Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.