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South Dakota’s Catalyst for Collaborative Planning

Statewide roundtables can provide a dynamic influence for change.

From Volume 28 Number 3 | Spring 2000

Abstract: There have been several policy-driven changes in South Dakota's public higher education system over the past five years. Many of these changes have purposefully occurred as policy makers and higher education leaders have utilized various strategies to tie higher education activity to state priorities.

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Strategies for Reallocation

Effective resource management requires strong leadership.

From Volume 28 Number 3 | Spring 2000

Abstract: Strategic planning efforts often fail because they assume incremental resources to fund new priorities and do not include strategies to facilitate, encourage or require reallocation of existing resources. This article describes reallocation approaches that have been successfully employed in various colleges and universities.

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How Universities Adapt Grand Old Homes to Gain Both Space and Grace

Universities are absorbing historic houses to fulfill their mission and round out the facilities inventory.

From Volume 28 Number 3 | Spring 2000

Abstract: Increasingly, historic or merely old houses near campuses are being absorbed by universities to fulfill their educational mission and round out the facilities inventory. But are they worth converting? Experts in assessing and adapting these residential structures discuss the pro's and con's.

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The Challenge of Planning in Public

From Volume 28 Number 2 | Winter 1999–2000

Abstract: Considers the nature of change in higher education institutions, and offers an explanation for why change occurs as it does in colleges and universities. The author cites multiple goals and measures of success, coupled with an anti-authoritarian institutional culture in the business of providing services rather than products, as reasons why change often occurs slowly and circuitously. In addition, five change-inhibitors peculiar to the public sector are examined, and suggestions for implementing change in public higher education are provided.

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