Building Organizational Capacity by J. Douglas Toma

By J. Douglas Toma

Every college or university president envisions daring tasks -- vast initiatives meant to alter the character of an establishment with major implications throughout all sectors. How can leaders and senior managers charged with imposing reforms successfully body their paintings and count on power pitfalls?

No association can maximize its capability, outlined because the administrative origin crucial for developing and maintaining projects, with out contemplating its middle components separately and in live performance, in keeping with J. Douglas Toma. This e-book examines 8 crucial organizational parts -- reasons, constitution, governance, rules, approaches, info, infrastructure, and tradition -- and illuminates their effect in strategic administration via case stories at 8 institutions.

Building Organizational potential situates strategic administration in the context of upper schooling, offering practitioners with the instruments to higher comprehend institutional demanding situations in reaching its missions and understanding its aspirations. Toma's transparent and well-integrated evaluation of the most recent study, in addition to his suggestion for selection makers using the book's classes in perform, guarantees this volume's position within the growing to be literature on approach and administration in greater education.

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