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Managing reform in universities : the dynamics of culture, identity and organizational change

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Issues in higher education New York, N.Y. (Submitted)

Call Number:

Cubb LB2341 .M2787 2012

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9758944

Keywords:

Educational change--Cross-cultural studies, Organizational change--Cross-cultural studies, Universities and colleges--Administration--Cross-cultural studies

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction: How is change in higher education managed? / Bjørn Stensaker ... [et al.] -- Change, leverage, suasion and intent: an historical excursion across three decades of change in higher education in western Europe / Guy Neave -- Change as an intellectual device and as an object of research / Taina Saarinen & Jussi Välimaa -- University strategizing: the role of evaluation as a sensemaking tool / Nicoline Frølich & Bjørn Stensaker -- Let the devil choose: frustration or anxiety in the wake of performance measurement in universities / Cláudia S. Sarrico & Ana I. Melo -- The changing culture of academic research: from organizations to networks / Amy Scott Metcalfe -- Is there a bridge between quality and quality assurance? / Maria J. Rosa & Alberto Amaral -- Students' perceptions of quality assessments: is there an option besides treating them as consumers? / Sónia Cardoso -- Exploring new academic identities in turbulent times / Mary Henkel -- 'That's dangerous': autonomous development work as a source of renewal in academia / Keijo Räsänen -- The interplay of organizing models in higher education: what room is there for collegiality in universities characterized by bounded autonomy? -- Kerstin Sahlin -- The management of academic culture revisited: integrating universities in an entrepreneurial age / David D. Dill -- Conclusion: New practices and identities as drivers of cultural change / Jussi Välimaa, Bjørn Stensaker & Cláudia S. Sarrico.

Publication Language:

eng