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Planning for Higher Education Journal

The Challenge to Deep ChangeLocked

A Brief Cultural History of Higher Education
From Volume 41 Number 2 | January–March 2013
Given the extraordinary demands on higher education to adopt strategies that deliver better results with fewer resources and the common resistance of our institutions to strategic change, leaders and planners would do well to actively engage in processes of cultural change.
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Transforming in an Age of Disruptive ChangeLocked

Part 1: Back to the Future, Zooming to the Present
From Volume 41 Number 2 | January–March 2013
From 1995 to 2013, it remains true that—'Just because we are changing a great deal does not mean that we are transforming.'
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The Human Side of the Strategic Planning Process in Higher EducationLocked

Chapter 1: Change is a People Process
From Volume 41 Number 2 | January–March 2013
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The Human Side of the Strategic Planning Process in Higher EducationLocked

Published 2013
“Change is a people process; the strategic planning process is not a solitary activity but one that involves a number of players. Its success depends on the individuals and groups who participate in the plan’s development, application, and evaluation.”
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Taking the Long ViewLocked

Ten Recommendations about Time, Money, Technology, and Learning
From Volume 39 Number 2 | January–March 2011
Read this before you spend that money or make that academic program change!
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A Guide to Planning for ChangeLocked

From Volume 37 Number 2 | January–March 2009
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Changing Minds in Higher EducationLocked

Students Change, So Why Can’t Colleges?
From Volume 37 Number 1 | October–December 2008
The problem today is that when students change, colleges don’t have to because they camouflage and conceal the evidence that could guide change.
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A Guide to Planning for ChangeLocked

Published 2008
The enhanced planning model in this book recognizes the many internal, external, up, down, and sideways forces, challenges, and opportunities facing higher education
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Evaluating the Success of Strategic Change Against Kotter’s Eight StepsLocked

From Volume 33 Number 2 | December–February 2004–2005
In evaluating a change process, based on Kotter’s “eight steps” for transforming organizations, undertaken at an institution based, the authors find that “key insights about the future of the organization” came from all levels and all units within the institution.
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Campus Triage: Planning for Comprehensive ChangeLocked

From Volume 31 Number 2 | December–February 2002–2003
One institution organized, planned, and implemented several major changes that occurred simultaneously, a feat that required campus “triage.”
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Changes in Spanish Universities: Improvements and Unsolved ConflictsLocked

From Volume 29 Number 2 | Winter 2000–2001
While the Spanish system of higher education has taken great strides forward in the last two decades, there is still room for improvement.
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Change Creation: The Rest of the Planning StoryLocked

From Volume 29 Number 2 | Winter 2000–2001
Change creation, moving beyond change management, is a proactive process in which change is an accepted—and even welcomed— reality.
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