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ERIC Number: ED041531
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Dec
Pages: 112
Abstractor: N/A
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Management Study and Analysis. Ohio Public Higher Education.
Warren King and Associates, Inc., Chicago, IL.
The purpose of this study of Ohio's system of public higher education was to review each institution in terms of its management, organization, and administrative practices, and recommend needed improvements. With this as a basis, the management and coordination of the overall system was to be evaluated. The report is presented in four major sections. The first contains a brief description of background factors including: the system as it is today, population trends, today's resources, and tomorrow's needs. The second section discusses the system as a whole and delineates improvements required to ensure appropriate management and coordination at the state level. The third section is a composite presentation of findings and recommendations regarding individual universities. It includes data on their organization, planning, space utilization, registration, financial management, systems and data processing, auxiliary enterprises, personnel, purchasing, library, and plant operation and maintenance. The last section covers two-year institutions, addresses their interface with the system, and suggests improvements for the management of their resources. Organization charts of Ohio's universities are included in the appendix. (AF)
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Sponsor: Ohio House of Representatives, Columbus.
Authoring Institution: Warren King and Associates, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Identifiers - Location: Ohio