Module 5 is the last module of the Training on Internal Quality Assurance Series. The book summaries the key elements of making a quality management system working and shows how to close quality loops (which refer to the cyclic quality management logic of plan-do-check-act). It focuses more in detail on the linkage between quality management and decision-making processes and it analyses the functions of involved parties and existing limits of their actions.
While the book is a useful reference for readers who have not worked through the previous modules, readers who have read modules 1 to 4 will deepen their understanding of linking quality assurances approaches with the management processes of an organisation such as higher education institutions. The various chapters make sure previously learned knowledge is not forgotten and builds on information from modules 1 to 4.
Readers of “Quality Management and its Linkages to Higher Education Management” by Dr. Solveig Randhahn and Dr. Christian Ganseuer will get an insight to communication and implementation strategies that are relevant to develop change processes at higher education institutions. Working on quality management in higher education institution should help to continuously revise and enhance the conditions to offer students good teaching and learning opportunities in higher education institutions.
“Quality Management and its Linkages to Higher Education Management” by Dr. Solveig Randhahn and Dr. Christian Ganseuer is now available from tredition or can alternatively be ordered by using ISBN 978-3-7345-7692-8. The main aim of the tredition publishing house is to provide young and unknown authors with the chance to publish their own books, and to offer cooperations to publishers and book sellers. Tredition publishes books across all media types, distribute them in the book industry, and also actively market books since October 2012.
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