Planning for Higher Education Journal

Pondering Faculty Participation in Strategic Change

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From Volume 28 Number 4 | Summer 2000
By Susan B. Morriss

This study discusses two important topics: participation and strategic change. The paper considers why participation is seen as necessary in higher education, why participation seems not to have aided strategic planning and change processes, and if those processes are inherently flawed. Information from interviews with selected persons with experience as administrators and as faculty and from research literature provide the foundation for an exploration of how participation and processes can be improved and facilitated.

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