QUANTUM MODEL OF CHANGE MANAGEMENT FOR UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION – EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
Adriana Grigorescu () and
Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 400-413
The education is a top priority of any government being on of the socio-economic fundamental pillar. Having an education system with high performance in terms of programs offering and skills developed to the graduates is the main goal of any change and reorganization implemented. Romania passed from 1990 to present a period of deep change of the education system. The paper presents a change model based on the physics laws of energy transfer and preservation that shows the mechanism of change implementation. The model is a result of previous studies briefly presented (methodology and part of the results) conducted to find out if we can speak about “change scheduling”, “shareholders involvement in change”, “planed change”, “institutional performance through change”. Finding out “What?”, “When?”, “How?”, “Who?”, “How much?” to change to reach “Success” and “Excellency” are usual question that not only managers of the education institution have to post, but first of all the decision makers should ask and find the answers. The studies were conducted for the undergraduate education system in Romania and the model was developed mainly for school managers, but it could be extended if same finding are get for academic education or other areas. It answers to the questions by giving a way of change approach by a manager that anticipates the meaning and rhythm of change as considers Alvin Toffler.
Keywords: change management; education; efficacy; quantum model; performance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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