Foreword, by James E. Morley, Jr.AcknowledgmentsIntroduction1. Strategic Management and Systems Thinking2. Managing Increasingly Complex Institutions3. Purposes: Redesigning the Curriculum at The College of New Jersey4. Structure: Rethinking the Setting for Teaching Mathematics at Virginia Tech5. Goverance: Enterprise Resource Planning Implementation at Valley City State University6. Policies: Enhancing Faculty Scholarship and Integrating Student Research into the Curriculum at LaGrange College7. Processes: Improving Student Retention at Paul D. Camp Community College8. Information: Tuition Discounting at the University of Redlands9. Infrastructure: Maintaining Quality with Static Resources at Seminole Community College10. Culture: Invigorating Undergraduate Education at the University of GeorgiaConclusionAppendixNotesBibliographyIndex
J. Douglas Toma is an associate professor at the Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia.
Toma achieves the stated goal of the book. With practical concepts and real-world examples, he convincingly proposes Building Organization Capacity as fundamental for creating and sustaining initiatives to improve institutions of higher education. -- Jeffrey W. Alstete * Review of Higher Education *