The management of change in higher education

The management of change in higher education This paper is the text of the opening speech which the author delivered at the 2002 IMHE General Conference on the theme of "Incentives and Accountability: Instruments of Change in Higher Education" which was held at OECD headquarters in Paris on 16-18 September 2002. HIGHER EDUCATION MANAGEMENT AND POLICY ­ ISSN 1013-851X ­ © OECD 2003 The changing role of higher education I need to say at the outset that although in my speech I shall be referring to the UK Government, it is important to bear in mind that the funding council which I lead is the Higher Education Funding Council for England. We have a devolved system of government in the United Kingdom, and, although there are many similarities, colleagues in Scotland and Wales would not be at all happy if you thought I was speaking for them. Also if I refer to universities, please take that as a shorthand term for higher education, which in England is delivered by 77 universities, 55 colleges of higher education and specialist institutions and more than 200 further education colleges. I would like to begin by looking at the changing role of higher education in the modern world. These http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Higher Education Management and Policy The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

The management of change in higher education

Higher Education Management and Policy, Volume 15 (1) – May 5, 2003

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The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Copyright
Copyright © OECD Publishing
Subject
Education
ISSN
1682-3451
eISSN
1726-9822
DOI
10.1787/hemp-v15-art2-en
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This paper is the text of the opening speech which the author delivered at the 2002 IMHE General Conference on the theme of "Incentives and Accountability: Instruments of Change in Higher Education" which was held at OECD headquarters in Paris on 16-18 September 2002. HIGHER EDUCATION MANAGEMENT AND POLICY ­ ISSN 1013-851X ­ © OECD 2003 The changing role of higher education I need to say at the outset that although in my speech I shall be referring to the UK Government, it is important to bear in mind that the funding council which I lead is the Higher Education Funding Council for England. We have a devolved system of government in the United Kingdom, and, although there are many similarities, colleagues in Scotland and Wales would not be at all happy if you thought I was speaking for them. Also if I refer to universities, please take that as a shorthand term for higher education, which in England is delivered by 77 universities, 55 colleges of higher education and specialist institutions and more than 200 further education colleges. I would like to begin by looking at the changing role of higher education in the modern world. These

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Higher Education Management and PolicyThe Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

Published: May 5, 2003

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