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Strategic Plans in Higher Education: Planning to Survive and Prosper in the New Economy.

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In the era of globalization, many schools have recognized strategic planning as the key factor to enhance their organizational performance. To survive and prosper in this hyper-competitive environment, institutional leaders are to implement strategic planning to help match all activities of the school to its environment and to its resource capabilities.

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Author:Luu, Hung Nguyen Quoc
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Date:Sep 30, 2006
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