Quality Culture and University’s Success on Educational Market: A Case of Business Higher Education in Poland

By Anetta Kowalkiewicz.

Published by The Organization Collection

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The article discusses the correlation between quality culture and market position of several business higher education institutions, and drives the conclusions for their main stakeholders.

Keywords: Quality Culture, University Culture, Educational Market

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.9-16. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.039MB).

Dr Anetta Kowalkiewicz

Dr Anetta Kowalkiewicz has Master's degree in Management (International Relations), and PhD in Economics (PhD thesis on the impact of university culture on quality of teaching in business HE sector). She has been conducting her research within the Department of Education and Personnel Development since 2001. Her main research interests focus on the changes of educational market, determinants of quality of teaching, organizational culture of HE institutions and the concept of entrepreneurship in HE. She participated in EUA Quality Culture Project as a representative of The Poznan University of Economics. Recently, Mrs Kowalkiewicz has been engaged in the Creativity in Higher Education Project (also the initiative of EUA). At the moment she belongs to the Polish doctoral seminar on “The role of higher education in creating a knowledge society”, organized by The Institute of Knowledge Society in Warsaw.


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