Innovation, Leadership and Governance in Higher Education : Perspectives on the Covid-19 Recovery Strategies

By (author)Sultan

This book plays a crucial role in the dissemination of knowledge and the advancement of scholarly research. Authored by experts in their fields, it undergoes rigorous peer review to ensure accuracy and academic integrity. Covering a wide range of subjects from the humanities to the sciences, it is used by students, researchers, and professionals alike to deepen their understanding of specific topics or fields of study.

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This book explores theories and brings empirical evidence of innovations in learning and teaching and practice-driven leadership and governance of higher education institutions across developed and developing countries aiming to recover and sustain during and after the COVID-19 Pandemic. A fresh managerial approach to identifying the critical challenges, opportunities and strategies of higher education services management is the fundamental essence of this book. The book includes unique chapters, and these are carefully designed. This book has original scholarly contributions, including case studies, and explains how higher education institutions can deal with the challenges of the Covid-19 Pandemic. The cross-cultural insights of both public and private sector higher education institutions across the globe are a helpful guide for academics, researchers, advanced students, and practitioners to identify and understand the best practices about what worked well and what did not during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

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Book Author

Sultan

Edition

1st

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9789811972980

Language

English

Pages

436

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