Planning for Higher Education Journal

Effective Use of Resources: SCUP 11 in Retrospect

Pragmatic Considerations in Academic Planning
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From Volume 5 Number 6 | December 1976
By John W. Moore

According to John W. Moore, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Vermont, the understandings gained about academic planning--particularly under conditions of institutional stress--are perhaps the most significant aspects of UVM's recent experience in building a planning process. In outlining some of the pragmatic lessons about planning and decision makers is to determine those things that can be done, rather than feeling compelled to push toward unrealistic goals. The following article was delivered at the 11th Annual Conference of the Society in July 1976.

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