Understanding and Facilitating Organizational Change in the 21st Century: Recent Research and Conceptualizations: ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report, Volume 28, Number 4
There is a widespread discontent with the quality of education and levels of college student achievement, particularly for undergraduates preparing for the professions. This report examines the educational challenges in preparing professionals, reviews the specific types of curriculum innovations that faculty and administrators have created or significantly revised to strengthen college graduates' abilities, and focuses on the societal changes and expectations produced by the acceleration in technology.
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Providing a Common Language for Understanding
Timing of Change
Understanding the Nature of Higher Education
Unique Organizational Cultures of the Academy
Organized Anarchical Decision Making
Focus on Adaptability
Know That Strategies for Change Vary by Change Initiative
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