Contends that profound societal changes and sharper delineation among higher education institutions suggests a need for new planning procedures and practices. Asserts that planning must now focus on structural changes appropriate to a particular type of institution. Advocates studying innovations occurring outside traditional institutions and promoting substantive structural changes rather than incremental strategic ones. Reexamining the reform efforts of successful leaders in higher education history might yield some clues as to how to proceed in this new stage of higher education planning.
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