International Journal of Excellence in Education


ISSN: 1993-8675
Volume: 2 Issue: 2

Scholarly Viewpoint

Julie Furst-Bowe


As I reviewed the articles included in this issue, I noted that there are common themes related to quality improvement in higher education, particularly around measuring and managing quality, within a program, or throughout an institution.

One article (Jayashree, Hussain and Van Over) suggests the im ...

Articles
  • The Strategic Importance of Benchmarking as a Tool for Achieving Excellence in Higher Education

    The information technology developments of the last fifteen years enabled organizations to become capable of collecting data and information about the performance levels of best-in-cl...


  • Implementing Balanced Scorecard System in Institutions of Higher Education - A Proposed Framework

    Private educational institutions in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that do not receive government funding have to generate revenues and profits for their survival and growth simultane...


  • Catching up with the Developed World: Quality Issues in Education in the Middle East

    This paper seeks to illustrate many of the shortcomings with respect to current management education and development processes, particularly in the Middle East. A focus will concentra...


  • Demand Collaboration Strategy of Supply Chain Management Improves the Education Quality of a Business School

    Collaborating demand in an industrial sector means moving downstream of the supply chain, coming closer to the customer or end user virtually, utilizing means to know the exact demand...

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