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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Do Budget Appropriation Formulae Produce Accurate Teaching Faculty Support Dollars?Locked

From Volume 6 Number 2 | October 1977
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Institutional Planning in the Context of ChangeLocked

From Volume 6 Number 1 | August 1977
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Collective AssessmentLocked

A Case Study
From Volume 6 Number 1 | August 1977
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Preconditions for the Future Institutional Use of ModelsLocked

From Volume 6 Number 1 | August 1977
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Enrollment Forecasting in a Large State SystemLocked

From Volume 6 Number 1 | August 1977
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Effective Use of Resources: SCUP 11 in RetrospectLocked

The Target Ratio Model for Planning and Budgeting
From Volume 5 Number 6 | December 1976
The underlying issue in planning and budgeting is the necessity of balancing resource needs against budgetary constraints. Although the target ratio model contains no intrinsic resolution of this issue, it does provide a framework for considering and communicating the issue within the context of a college of arts and sciences.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

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The Regional Salary Survey as an Aid to Institutional Salary Planning
From Volume 5 Number 6 | December 1976
Equity should be a primary objective in the development and administration of institutional salary practices. On the other hand, responsibility and accountability must be recognized as concomitant objectives. In the face of increasing pressures both from within and without the institution, the effective incorporation of these integral considerations into compensation policies has become quite a balancing act.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

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Pragmatic Considerations in Academic Planning
From Volume 5 Number 6 | December 1976
The most important idea for anyone building a planning process to remember is that there is no 'one best way' to do the job. A planning process should be tailored to the needs and idiosyncrasies of the institution, and should be adapted to the salient characteristics of its individual colleges and schools.
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Decision Models for Academe
From Volume 5 Number 6 | December 1976
Some principles of decision making can be learned independently of experience. It is in the learning of these principles that decision making is seen to be a reasoned or rational process.
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Quality and Vitality Through Reallocation: A Case History
From Volume 5 Number 5 | October 1976
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Effective Use of Resources: SCUP 11 in RetrospectLocked

Faculty Collective Bargaining: Impact on Planning
From Volume 5 Number 5 | October 1976
Planning for Higher Education Journal

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A Resource/Acquisition Model For a State System of Higher Education
From Volume 5 Number 5 | October 1976
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