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Governance models for Latin American Universities in the 21st century : comparative analysis, global perspectives, and future propositions / Mohammad Ayub Khan, Antonio J. Dieck-Assad, Rosalia G. Castillo-Villar and Trina K. Henderson-Torres... [y otros diez]

Contributor(s): Ayub Khan, Mohammad [autor] | Dieck Assad, Antonio J [autor] | Castillo Villar, Rosalia G [autor] | Henderson Torres, Trina K [autor].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Londres : Palgrave Macmillan, 2021Edition: First edition.Description: xxviii, 285 páginas : ilustraciones ; 22 cm.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9783030834647; 9783030834654 (ebook).DDC classification: 378.1011
Contents:
Chapter 1. Transformation of the university governance philosophy and operational system: an exigency of the new education industry order ; Chapter 2. University management, leadership, and governance ; Chapter 3. The industrial effects: the emergence of corporate universities ; Chapter 4. Contemporary Challenges to university governance models ; Chapter 5. University governance models across regions: Europe ; Chapter 6. The governance models of higher education institutions in the United Arab Emirates in the twenty-first century ; Chapter 7. University governances models across regions: Asia ; Chapter 8. The United States, the spirit of democacy: shared governance model ; Chapter 9. University governance system in the Latin American context ; Chapter 10. University governance in Mexico ; Chapter 11. Corporate governance in Peruvian universities ; Chapter 12. Fostering good governance in higher education institutions: the case of Colombia ; Chapter 13. Looking into the future: the education institution leadership ; Chapter 14. The future of education and the business school ; Chapter 15. Pedagogy, technology, pandemics, and university governance ; Chapter 16. The university governance model i the twenty-first century: an epilogue
Abstract: This book explores new models and future possibilities of university governance in a Latin American context using management and leadership theories. The dramatic changes and uncertainty facing the world recently have forced us to reimagine the future of education. Changes such as digitalization, the increasing number of corporate universities, and the need for cost-effective educational programs and services require universities to keep evolving while ensuring that they maintain their essence as a critical social asset. This book offers a new approach to managing and leading the university, particularly by embracing the role and responsibility of delivering quality educational programs and services, by being innovative and flexible enough to make urgent decisions and act upon them in a timely and appropriate manner. With its contributions to management and the social sciences, this interdisciplinary book will serve as a valuable resource to researchers, administrators, and students alike. Contraportada
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Chapter 1. Transformation of the university governance philosophy and operational system: an exigency of the new education industry order ; Chapter 2. University management, leadership, and governance ; Chapter 3. The industrial effects: the emergence of corporate universities ; Chapter 4. Contemporary Challenges to university governance models ; Chapter 5. University governance models across regions: Europe ; Chapter 6. The governance models of higher education institutions in the United Arab Emirates in the twenty-first century ; Chapter 7. University governances models across regions: Asia ; Chapter 8. The United States, the spirit of democacy: shared governance model ; Chapter 9. University governance system in the Latin American context ; Chapter 10. University governance in Mexico ; Chapter 11. Corporate governance in Peruvian universities ; Chapter 12. Fostering good governance in higher education institutions: the case of Colombia ; Chapter 13. Looking into the future: the education institution leadership ; Chapter 14. The future of education and the business school ; Chapter 15. Pedagogy, technology, pandemics, and university governance ; Chapter 16. The university governance model i the twenty-first century: an epilogue

This book explores new models and future possibilities of university governance in a Latin American context using management and leadership theories. The dramatic changes and uncertainty facing the world recently have forced us to reimagine the future of education. Changes such as digitalization, the increasing number of corporate universities, and the need for cost-effective educational programs and services require universities to keep evolving while ensuring that they maintain their essence as a critical social asset. This book offers a new approach to managing and leading the university, particularly by embracing the role and responsibility of delivering quality educational programs and services, by being innovative and flexible enough to make urgent decisions and act upon them in a timely and appropriate manner. With its contributions to management and the social sciences, this interdisciplinary book will serve as a valuable resource to researchers, administrators, and students alike. Contraportada

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