Part One: The Principles.
1. Higher Education––A System Under Fire.
2. Why the Academy Needs Strategic Planning.
3. Creating a Unique Model of Strategic Planning for Higher Education.
4. Planning to Fit the Institution′s Environments.
5. Negotiating Campus Politics.
Part Two: The Practices.
6. Concepts and Principles Underlying the Planning Process.
7. The Planning Process in Practice.
8. The People and Time Involved.
9. The Role and Functions of Committees.
10. Educating Participants and Stakeholders About the Plan.
11.Essential Areas I: Enrollment Management and Program Planning.
12. Essential Areas II: Resources, Technology, and Support Systems.
Part Three: Acting on the Plan.
13. Implementing the Plan.
14. Adjusting the Plan to Institutional Needs.
15. Moving from Strategic Planning to Strategic Management.
"Rowley, Lujan, and Dolence transforms a top–down strategic planning process commonly used in business into a participatory model appropriate for colleges and universities. A well researched model for strategic planning that is grounded in the real world." ––Laurence W. Mazzeno, president, Urusuline College
"Strategic Change in Colleges and Universities provides not only a conceptual framework, but also the methodology for helping any college or university adapt to shifting conditions, improve its competitive advantage, and position the institution for a better future." ––Steve Jonas, vice president for administration, Sinclair Community College
"This book brings rare insight to the issues, promises, and pitfalls of strategic planning in colleges and universities today. The use of case studies and the rich experience of the authors illuminate the critical dimensions. I highly recommAnd reading it before kicking off your next strategic planning process." ––Philomena Mantella, vice president for enrollment management and student life, Pace University