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Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) worldwide are investing significant resources in strategic planning and self-evaluation programs to improve institutional performance and to meet external stakeholder demands. Little empirical evidence exists however which demonstrates that these programs are effective in leading to improvements in institutional performance, let alone shed light on the reasons why. This paper reports on the systematic evaluation of the effectiveness of a Strategic Management program in an Irish HEI over a five year period in leading to improvements in institutional performance.
Lillis, D. (2005). The systematic evaluation of a strategic management program in an Irish Institute of Technology. Paper given at the 27th. Annual EAIR Forum, 28-31 August, Riga, Latvia. doi:10.1007/s11233-006-9003-6