Building success in a global university: government and academia - redefining the relationship around the world
There is a fascinating complexity of inherent to a modern, research and teaching intensive, publicly funded university. Captains of Industry whom we all have met, who know a modern university, frequently suggest it is the most complex organization they have ever encountered—much more complicated than their own businesses. The complexity of a university arises from shared decision making (sometimes called collegial governance), academic freedom, and the personalities of the dominant group of individuals—the tenured professors.
Table of Contents
- The global university
- Defining success
- Research and the formation of knowledge
- Governance, regulation and funding
, Amrhein, C.
(2013). Building success in a global university: government and academia - redefining the relationship around the world, p. 296.
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