Admissions

What happens when you have to disclose your secret sauce?

“13 Secret Steps for Harvard Admission — They May Not Help,” The Wall Street Journal, October 29, 2018 A1. Analysis of admissions data shows what affects (helps, hurts) your chances of admission.

If you were Harvard, would you want to keep this secret, to prevent people from gaming the system?  If you were an applicant, wouldn’t you want to know?

Certainly, this is Information, but to what is it relevant?  Can you use it effectively, or is it just interesting?  What’s it worth to you?

From a Governance perspective, did Harvard have sufficient controls in place to prevent both the violation of law and the appearance thereof?  We’ll see.

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Filed under Access, Analytics, Compliance, Controls, Definition, Governance, Information, Internal controls, Value

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