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Strategic Planning In Private Universities To Achieve Competitive Advantage And Its Relationship To Community Development, Maen Iesrah, Jomah Al Kasbe Jul 2021

Strategic Planning In Private Universities To Achieve Competitive Advantage And Its Relationship To Community Development, Maen Iesrah, Jomah Al Kasbe

Jerash for Research and Studies Journal مجلة جرش للبحوث والدراسات

The study aimed to identify the role of strategic planning for private universities

in achieving competitive advantage, and its relationship to community development.

The study instrument consisted of two areas of strategic planning and competitive

advantage, strategic planning and community development were adopted.

The study sample consisted of (100) leaders from the academic and administrative

university leaders who were working in the Jordanian public / private universities

(presidents of private universities, deans, and administrators) in the academic year

(2015/2016). The main results of the study were that: the role of strategic planning

in the private universities in achieving the competitive …


Strategic Planning In A Higher Education Context, Kimberley A. Laush Jul 2021

Strategic Planning In A Higher Education Context, Kimberley A. Laush

The Dissertation in Practice at Western University

This organizational improvement plan (OIP) stems from the need for a clearly defined plan to guide initiatives to be implemented in the School of X. Strategic planning is instrumental in higher education (HE) settings and is critical in framing the values, missions, and goals of postsecondary institutions. Engaging stakeholders in meaningful and purposeful ways will help to create a clear direction for the School of X. Exploring the organization’s readiness for change and examining solutions for the identified problem of practice (PoP) frames the basis of the OIP. To evaluate the best strategy for the change process and to achieve …


Institutional Accreditation: Making The Process More Efficient, Effective, And Meaningful To Colleges And Universities, Cynthia J. Requa May 2021

Institutional Accreditation: Making The Process More Efficient, Effective, And Meaningful To Colleges And Universities, Cynthia J. Requa

Ed.D. Dissertations in Practice

Institutional accreditation is a voluntary, peer-review process that is overseen through the seven institutional accreditors governed by the U.S. Department of Education. The purpose of accreditation is to ensure institutional quality standards are being met by colleges and universities. The purpose of this study was to identify how the accreditation process could be improved with foci on efficiency, effectiveness, and more meaningful impact to the institutions. Drawing on Heifetz et al.’s (2009) theory of adaptive leadership, Kotter’s (2012) accelerators and the integrated planning principles of Stephens (2017) and Immordino et al., (2016), this study employed grounded theory to discover the …


Strategizing The Plan, Sarah Moss Jan 2021

Strategizing The Plan, Sarah Moss

The Voice

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