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Effective Project Management for Strategic Innovation and Change in an Organizational Context
Projects are a means of implementing strategy; the relationship of project management to strategic implementation in an organization is explored. Some of the recent project management literature isExpand
Strategy and the Learning Organization: A Maturity Model for the Formation of Strategy.
Purpose – To develop a theoretical model for strategic change that links learning in an organization to the strategic process.Design/methodology/approach – The model was developed from a review ofExpand
A study of educational technology project management in Australian universities
The development of quality learning materials using new technology requires the use of a wide range of skills beyond those possessed by many academic staff. Obtaining quality online learningExpand
A Partnership Based Approach to Professional Learning: Pre-Service and In-Service Teachers Working Together to Teach Primary Science
This paper reports on a partnership based approach for preparing pre-service primary teachers to teach science. It involved forming three-way or "triadic" partnerships, consisting of a final yearExpand
Successful university-school partnerships: An interpretive framework to inform partnership practice
This paper presents an Interpretive Framework stemming from a longitudinal and iterative multiple case study of five Australian universities examining the cogent and unique practices underpinningExpand
A research based model for managing strategic educational change and innovation projects
Innovation and radical strategic change are closely related. They both introduce a high degree of uncertainty to an organisation. Recent research has identified that there are particular processesExpand
Re-empowering academics in a corporate culture: an exploration of workload and performativity in a university
Neo-liberal reforms in higher education have resulted in corporate managerial practices in universities and a drive for efficiency and productivity in teaching and research. As a result, there hasExpand
Academic work and performativity
Neoliberal reforms in higher education have resulted in corporate managerial practices in universities and a drive for efficiency and productivity in teaching and research. As a result, there hasExpand
Towards a methodology to determine standard time allocations for academic work
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The paper proposes this methodology as a credible means to derive realistic time-based standards for other aspects of academic work and will assist university managers by providing an external benchmark upon which to develop local academic workload models. Expand
Managing innovation in educational institutions
Traditionally, project management practices have not drawn any distinction between the characteristics of different projects. Recent research has found that innovative projects require differentExpand
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