Category Archives: organisational structure

EDEV_505 Week 8_1

Thanks for sharing your workplace conflict. As always, please accept my comments on your situation as hypothetical and reflective rather that as any attempt to offer advice or suggestions. One may comment on the apparent lack of integrity in an … Continue reading

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EDEV_503 Week 8_8

Please allow me to make a small observation regarding Lily’s point about the lack of recognition amongst students of “well-known” professors in a given HE institution (HEI). Beyond the more direct link between the output metric of more publications in … Continue reading

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EDEV_503 Week 3_3

P, your example of being ignored during the process of change instigation must have been painful initially and melancholic later. Did you receive any credit for the ensuing change? That change process didn’t seem to include any user feedback mechanisms … Continue reading

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EDEV_503 Week 3_2

I agree with your characterisations of the organisational cultures in Bilgi and Inti. From the information given, it does appear that Bilgi emphasises democratic and liberal values (Laureate, 2011a). And by the same token, Inti’s focus on the development of … Continue reading

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Module 3 Week 3 Initial Post

An organisation’s mission shapes and influences every action within that institution. The mission itself, though, is not derived through a simple process. Imagine if you will a university president stating a mission in an environment that has multiple factions pushing … Continue reading

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