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Temple, Paul – Higher Education Quarterly, 2018
Keller's book was one of the first works to suggest strategic approaches to the management of higher education institutions. His case study method proved popular with readers. However, the limitations of his approach to strategy grew more apparent over time, although many of his insights remain valid today.
Descriptors: Higher Education, Governance, College Administration, Educational Change
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Temple, Paul – Higher Education Quarterly, 2006
In many countries today, public higher education operates within some form of market framework, typically a government-regulated quasi-market. However, having created a market environment, how should the government agencies involved act when they wish to use higher education to achieve a particular policy goal? This paper considers the impact on…
Descriptors: Intervention, Higher Education, Case Studies, Public Education
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Temple, Paul – Higher Education Quarterly, 2005
Robert Birnbaum argues that higher education tends to adopt management fads -- newly conceived techniques enjoying brief popularity but which fail to live up to their promoters claims at the point when the corporate sector and government are discarding them. Although fads may have failed in these sectors because of various reasons, their failure…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Quality, Educational Administration, Models