E-6: THE STRUCTURING OF MANAGEMENT FACTORS IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Authors

  • Abdul Nafey Kakepota Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Government Degree Boys & Girls College of Science, Arts & Commerce, Murad Memon,
  • Daryia Khan Assistant Professor, Industrial Engineering and Management Department. Dawood University of Engineering and Technology,
  • Muhammad Habib Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Bahria University Karachi

Keywords:

Structuring, Management factors, Higher education, Higher educational organizations, Leadership

Abstract

In the ever-evolving landscape of higher education, ensuring institutional excellence hinges on a crucial factor: management structuring. Historically, universities have navigated a spectrum of governance models, transitioning from rigid, centralized bureaucracies to the more contemporary, decentralized, and networked structures we see today. This paper delves into the intricate interplay between leadership styles, decision-making processes, and the very design of these institutions. It posits that effective management structuring transcends mere organizational charts. It is a dynamic ecosystem fostered by strong stakeholder engagement and a well-defined governance system. By drawing upon relevant theoretical frameworks, this paper aims to illuminate a path towards a deeper understanding of how management structures can be harnessed to empower higher education institutions. Ultimately, the goal is to unlock lasting effectiveness and fuel continuous innovation within the educational sphere.

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Published

2024-03-30

How to Cite

Kakepota, A. N. ., Khan, D. ., & Habib, M. . (2024). E-6: THE STRUCTURING OF MANAGEMENT FACTORS IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS. International Journal of Islamic Business, Administration and Social Sciences (JIBAS), 4(1), 91–106. Retrieved from http://jibas.org/index.php/jibas/article/view/125