This book shares alternative ideas about organizational design, and about ways to restructure roles and responsibilities to enable student affairs organizations to respond to these challenges and demands more effectively at a time of reduced resources.
It also addresses the many emerging roles that student affairs organizations are increasingly being expected to address - such as IT, fund raising and development, external communications, human resources management and professional development, as well as research and assessment - and describes approaches developed by a variety of institutions.
The contributors also pay attention to the solutions appropriate for smaller institutions, and for community colleges. They explore the various dimensions of change and offer frameworks to help student affairs leaders and practitioners to more effectively understand and manage the changes they are confronting; and describe ideas and solutions adopted by others within the profession.
Publisher: Stylus Publishing
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 456 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 18 mm
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