Stakeholder Identification and Prioritisation in the Higher Education Sector: A Case Study of the University of Portsmouth.

Chapleo, C. and Simms, C., 2010. Stakeholder Identification and Prioritisation in the Higher Education Sector: A Case Study of the University of Portsmouth. Perspectives: policy and practice in higher education, 14 (1), pp. 12-20.

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DOI: 10.1080/13603100903458034

Abstract

In this article the authors discuss stakeholders and their management in higher education, taking the case of University of Portsmouth in Portsmouth, England. They state that understanding how different stakeholder groups differ in their importance is a vital issue. They say that government policy is a predominant factor affecting prioritization over time. They found student recruitment, financial implications, and strategic decision making to be the key factors influencing stakeholders.

Item Type:Article
ISSN:13603108
Uncontrolled Keywords:Stakeholders, Stakeholder Management, Universities Stakeholders, University Management, Public and Not For Profit Management, Higher Education Stakeholders.
Subjects:Technology > Business, Management and Marketing
Group:Business School
ID Code:18837
Deposited By:Dr Chris Chapleo
Deposited On:11 Nov 2011 14:53
Last Modified:06 Nov 2013 09:08

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