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Understanding and Facilitating Organizational Change in Higher Education…

by Adrianna Kezar

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This book thoroughly summarizes and categories the extensive research on change management within organizations, in particular institutions of higher education. The author helpfully categorizes theories and models of organizational change into six categories. The chapter on "Research-based Principles of Change" provides a wealth of practical, helpful advice about how to promote and manage change in healthy ways. ( )
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There is a widespread discontent with the quality of education and levels of college student achievement, particularly for undergraduates preparing for the professions. This report examines the educational challenges in preparing professionals, reviews the specific types of curriculum innovations that faculty and administrators have created or significantly revised to strengthen college graduates' abilities, and focuses on the societal changes and expectations produced by the acceleration in technology.

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