"Process or Product? Today's Resource Allocation Dilemma"
Author: Dews, Ted
Published In: Proceedings of the 1994 Educational Conference
Presentation at the 81st Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Scarce resources must be assigned to both the process of change and the normal day to day business of the organization affected. Discusses some of the new changes and their implications from the perspective of physical resources management in a higher education institution. Includes total quality management, quality assurance, staff development, staff appraisal, multi-skilling, right-sizing, strategic planning, performance indicators, integrated networked management and information systems. Includes table comparing these by criteria including resource demand, speed of return to institution, sustainability of return, employee benefit, and employer benefit.
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