ERIC Number: ED157598
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978-May
Reference Count: 0
Management Organization Systems Technique; A Management System for Higher Education--Staffing and Staff Development.
Wayne County Community Coll., Detroit, MI.
This publication on staffing and staff development is the fifth in a six-part series describing the Management Organization Systems Technique (MOST) developed at Wayne County Community College. The purpose of MOST is to determine the goals and objectives of a college and assist in their attainment and evaluation. The staffing and staff development sub-system is committed to a vigorous, institution-wide approach to optimizing staff performance and enhancing opportunities for professional growth. MOST first identifies the organizational structure of a college in terms of its relationship to a set of prescribed objectives, and clearly defines the responsibilities for each job. Staff recruitment and selection are based on matching individual capabilities with institutional needs. On-going staff development utilizes professional conferences and seminars, on-the-job training, sabbatical leaves and formal classroom instruction. Faculty, administrative and staff development activities each have their own specific objectives and use a variety of these instructional methods. Success in the staffing and staff development sub-system of MOST is equated with continual upgrading of the effectiveness of staff members and the most appropriate use of each individual's capabilities. (AYC)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Wayne County Community Coll., Detroit, MI.
Identifiers: Management Organization Systems Technique
Note: For related documents see ED 134 274-275 and JC 780 444-445 and 447. Chart may reproduce poorly due to small size of type