With a focus on action, this book offers inspiration and pragmatic guidelines to higher education leaders and organisations that ...
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With a focus on action, this book offers inspiration and pragmatic guidelines to higher education leaders and organisations that want to meet the demands of the changing landscape of knowledge, experience and learning.
Offering a practical toolkit and methodology, this book describes the fast-changing education sector as a new learning economy. It explains how this new economy evolved and three major problems that make the current higher education model unfit for purpose. Through six case studies from other contexts, the book presents key lessons for the higher education sector and six strategic principles for growth in this changing environment. The book includes a strategic planning methodology which guides the reader on how to make an assessment of their own institution and identify a strategy for how adaptation and change can realistically be achieved.
This book is a must read for all higher education professionals looking to drive their institution towards an innovative and sustainable future.
Martin Betts is Emeritus Professor at Griffith University having served as Deputy Vice Chancellor of Engagement until 2020. He leads the higher education sector with experience from seven universities in three continents. He is co-founder of HEDx, impacting higher education through a podcast, advisory services, and live events.
Michael Rosemann is Professor for Information Systems and Director of the Centre for Future Enterprise at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). His areas of research are the management of innovation, business process, and trust. He published more than 350 referred papers and nine books available in five languages.