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Attempts to propose a simplified framework from an economic perspective for analyzing education policy. The framework takes into account the demand for and supply of education, the education system structure, the economic effects and consequences, and their interrelations. Maps out some key...
Many educational managers/administrators are experiencing a "quickening" of their decision-making processes, due primarily to the globalization of education, fueled by the advances in communications technology and increased deregulation. Modifications in the timeline associated with the growing...
Tertiary education has become more competitive in recent years due to reductions in government funding and higher student fees. As the nature of the environment grows more competitive, the role of marketing, previously non-existent in most universities, has grown significantly. One of the key...
Over the past decade delayering and horizontal management structures have been adopted in both business and education. Their impact, however, on senior and junior staff is less well understood. Flatter organisations offer a new set of management actions; more teamwork, less bureaucracy, better...
Aims to examine whether strategic planning can be effectively implemented in the Cyprus educational system. Initially discusses the strategic planning process and what it is all about. Then examines the main elements of the process: strategic analysis, strategic choice and strategy...
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