The Path to Intelligent Decision-Making in Higher Education: Faculty Perceptions and Knowledge Base
An analysis of faculty perceptions about university communication and use of faculty knowledge in decision making, with recommendations for how to create a shared vision for knowledge management.
||Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management, University Transformation, Learning Organization
The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 11, pp.83-88.
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Dr Lin completed her Ph.D. in Education at the University of Idaho. She has served as a programmer and informations specialist in private sector companies and has taught technology courses and organizational learning courses in higher education in Taiwan. She currently teaches higher education courses in education in Taiwan and serves as a department administrator. She has special interests in learning organizations, intellectual capital and knowledge management.
Dr Fischer earned a doctorate in Rehabilitation from Southern Illinois University in 1992. He is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Dr Fischer is the author of 24 research publications, and he has conducted a 131workshops/presentations. Areas of interest include ethics and multicultural issues.
Dr Gentry completed his Ph.D. in Education at the University of Washington. He has worked as a school psychologist, special educator, university professor and administrator. He currently teaches graduate courses in research and educational leadership at the University of Idaho. He has particular interests in educational transformation, evaluation, research, and resources for human development.
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