It’s been just a little over 3 weeks since Kuali celebrated its 10th anniversary and announced its intent to add a commercial entity to address the community’s goals for Speed, Suite, Sweet, and Sustainability. If you haven’t read the first blogs in this series by Brad Wheeler, please do so. Joel Dehlin, the new CEO for KualiCo (working name), has begun a “listening tour” with many of the key leaders in the Kuali community and the project leadership. We have initiated a weekly phone call with the Foundation Board and Project Board Chairs to keep the communication lines open as we work towards Kuali 2.0, and we’ll continue to use this blog to post news and developments as they take shape.
The Kuali Foundation Board has set a direction for our second decade and at this time there are many unknowns as we work through priorities and options with each of the Kuali Project Boards. Kuali is a large and complex community of many institutions, firms, and individuals. We are working with projects now and hope to have some initial roadmaps very soon.
Anyone in the community should feel free to reach out to me anytime, and stay tuned in as we work towards our second decade.