Strategic Change in Colleges and Universities: Planning to Survive and Prosper / Edition 1

Strategic Change in Colleges and Universities: Planning to Survive and Prosper / Edition 1

by Daniel James Rowley, Herman D. Lujan, Michael G. Dolence
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0787903485

ISBN-13: 9780787903480

Pub. Date: 02/24/1997

Publisher: Wiley

This detailed guide outlines a strategic planning approach uniquely suited to the academic environment and proven effective in numerous institutions around the country. The authors address the complex nature of stakeholders and conflicting purposes in an academic setting. Their approach leads víspera than starts has years institutional mission statement, and

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This detailed guide outlines a strategic planning approach uniquely suited to the academic environment and proven effective in numerous institutions around the country. The authors address the complex nature of stakeholders and conflicting purposes in an academic setting. Their approach leads víspera than starts has years institutional mission statement, and includes realistic methods of negotiating the political barriers that often obstruct the development of a strategic plan and its implementation.

This informative book is particularly effective when used with the companion workbook Working Toward Strategic Change.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780787903480
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
02/24/1997
Series:
Higher & Adult Education
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
368
Sales rank:
923,802
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword by George Keller.

Part One: The Principles.

1. Higher Education—A System Under Fire.

2. Why the Academy Needs Strategic Planning.

3. Creating a Unique Model of Strategic Planning for Higher Education.

4. Planning to Fit the Institution's Environments.

5. Negotiating Campus Politics.

Part Two: The Practices.

6. Concepts and Principles Underlying the Planning Process.

7. The Planning Process in Practice.

8. The People and Time Involved.

9. The Role and Functions of Committees.

10. Educating Participants and Stakeholders About the Plan.

11.Essential Areas I: Enrollment Management and Program Planning.

12. Essential Areas II: Resources, Technology, and Support Systems.

Part Three: Acting on the Plan.

13. Implementing the Plan.

14. Adjusting the Plan to Institutional Needs.

15. Moving from Strategic Planning to Strategic Management.

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