- Introduction -- What are the characteristics of a successful university? -- Strategic management in universities -- Managing university finance -- The academic context: Organization, collegiality and leadership -- Managing the core business -- Good governance -- Extending the boundaries -- Building an image, establishing a reputation -- Ambition Inhibitions to becoming entrepreneurial -- Turning round failure, arresting decline, managing retrenchment -- Managing universities for success.
- This book describes the principles involved in managing universities so that they are successful in the modern era.
- 9780335237432 (pbk.)
- Previous ed.: 2003.
Published in association with the Society for Research into Higher Education.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages -212) and index.
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