Strategic Planning in Education Research Paper by Nicky

Strategic Planning in Education
A look at the importance of strategic planning in high schools.
# 148612 | 3,138 words | 17 sources | APA | 2011 | US
Published on Oct 28, 2011 in Education (Administration) , Education (Jr High/High School)


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Description:

This paper takes an in-depth look at the necessity of strategic planning for high schools in light of changes in technology and their impact on young people. In particular, the paper notes the importance of flexibility when setting goals for educational institutions. The paper cites the work of Dr. Micheal Porter and his theories on strategic planning. According to the paper, Dr. Porter notes that strategic planning is a continuous process in which the institution must measure the efficiency of educational and teaching strategies to the unmet needs of students over the long-term. The paper concludes by summarizing the past outlooks of strategic planning to today's concept of flexibility, especially in an educational institution. An appendix with a table is included.

Outline:

Introduction
From Predictability to Turbulence: How Strategic Planning Processes Are Adapting
Strategic Market Planning and Social Networking Are All Critical For Effective Educational Institution Strategic Planning
Six Sigma and Strategic Planning: Another Level of Precision Is Introduced
Appendix A

From the Paper:

"Given how turbulent the first years of the 21rst century have been from an economic, globalization, and social context, it is clear that strategic planning processes for learning institutions including private high schools must move away from static, rigid and institutionalized processes to be more agile and capable to responding to change more efficiently. Nowhere has this revolution from an institutionalized process standpoint been more evident in the progression of strategic planning techniques in the last two decades. An example of this progression is the progression of the theory of comparative advantage as defined by Dr. Micheal Porter in a series of books detailing competitive strategies and the Harvard Business Review article, The Competitive Advantage of Nations (Porter, 1990, et.al.) where Dr. Porter defines his determinants of competitive advantage as all centering on personal productivity."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Stewart Adam, Andrea Vocino, David Bednall. 2009. The world wide web in modern marketing's contribution to organisational performance. Marketing Intelligence & Planning 27, no. 1 (January 1): 7-24.
  • Deborah F Beard. 2009. Successful Applications of the Balanced Scorecard in Higher Education. Journal of Education for Business 84, no. 5 (May 1): 275-282.
  • Josh Bernoff, Charlene Li. 2008. Harnessing the Power of the Oh-So-Social Web. MIT Sloan Management Review 49, no. 3 (April 1): 36-42.
  • Rob Docters, Christine Durman, Tracy Korman, Bert Schefers. 2008. The neglected demand curve: how to build one and how to benefit. The Journal of Business Strategy 29, no. 5 (September 1): 19-25.
  • Frank Duserick, Wilfred Huang, Zong Dai. 2007. The Impact of Effective Strategic Planning and Leadership on Employee Satisfaction. Competition Forum 5, no. 1 (January 1): 243-252.

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