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20 Questions for Business Leaders. Whether we’re conscious of it or not, every management decision is motivated by a desire to find universal answers to very specific questions.
People who succeed in organizations tend to be pragmatic problem solvers. They have to be, because of the myriad challenges they face. How to grow the enterprise. How to get work done. How to find customers. We invite you to suggest additions and revisions to this project for our consideration. Era_snapshots_2014. Era_snapshots_2014. Concept - Über uns. Das gemeinnützige CHE Centrum für Hochschulentwicklung wurde 1994 auf Initiative von Reinhard Mohn und Professor Dr.
Hans-Uwe Erichsen, dem damaligen Präsidenten der Hochschulrektorenkonferenz, gegründet. Gesellschafter des CHE sind seitdem die Bertelsmann Stiftung und die Stiftung zur Förderung der Hochschulrektorenkonferenz. Im August 2008 übergab der langjährige Geschäftsführer Professor Dr. Detlef Müller-Böling die Leitung des CHE an Dr. Jörg Dräger und Professor Dr. Über seine Themen und Projekte entscheidet das CHE weisungsfrei und unabhängig. Das CHE setzt sich für ein wandlungsfähiges Wissenschaftssystem ein, das unter sich verändernden Bedingungen allen, die an ihm mitwirken und von ihm profitieren wollen, optimale und differenzierte Entfaltungsmöglichkeiten bietet. European Commission - Education & Training - Focus - From the Lisbon Strategy to "Europe 2020"
What is the Directorate General for Education and Culture?
The Directorate General for Education and Culture, or DG EAC, is the branch of the European Commission charged with Education, Training, Youth , Sport. Programmes. The Community Lisbon Programme, presented by the Commission as a counterpart to the national Lisbon programmes delivered by all Member States, proposes policy measures offering a clear value added because of action being undertaken or coordinated at Community level.
This is particularly evident in Community policy areas related to the internal market, the improvement of infrastructure and the creation of better framework conditions for business. 97177_fi. Fi. Kesu_2011_2016_fi. Korkeakoulujen_yhteiset_tavoitteetx1x. Linjaus_2003. Muuta kiintoisaa. Corporate Leadership Benchmarking. Corporate Leadership Benchmarking To enable peer-comparisons, The Conference Board offers a portfolio of benchmarking data and analysis on corporate governance, proxy voting, sustainability, and citizenship.
Board Practices An analysis of more than 150 corporate governance data points, segmented by company size (measurable by revenue and asset value) and 20 industrial sectors. Covered practices include board composition and leadership, director nomination and election, anti-takeover measures, board-shareholder engagement, and strategy and risk oversight. A collaboration with NASDAQ OMX and NYSE Euronext. Learn more Director Compensation Benchmarks on director compensation elements, including cash retainer, meeting fees, full value shares, stock options, retainer for chairmanship and committee membership, and perquisites.
Top-Executive Compensation Learn more. The World Economic Forum. World Economic Forum - The Global Competitiveness Report 2013 - 2014. Print Download PDF Report Reader Embed <a href=" Global Competitiveness Report 2013 - 2014</a> The Global Competitiveness Report 2013 - 2014.
HumanCapitalReport_2013. EU. LexUriServ. LexUriServ. LexUriServ. Ec-European Commission - The Higher Education Modernisation Agenda. Vol1_en. European Commission - European Online Education and Training Monitor eac. What is it?
Monitor2013-fi_en. Tilastoja. Higher Education. The demand for higher education has never been greater as universities compete globally to attract students.
But are students opting for private or public institutions? To what extent will they pursue their education abroad? Which fields of study are most popular among men and women? These are just some of the questions facing policymakers looking to expand and diversify their national tertiary education systems. What is the role of the UIS? Based on its annual data collection, the UIS produces a range of indicators to track trends in tertiary education at the global, regional and national levels. In addition, the UIS has developed a series of unique indicators to track the flows of foreign or mobile students. It is important to note that many countries are unable to provide precise data on their tertiary education systems. Enrolment patterns The veritable boom in tertiary education is reflected by the gross enrolment ratio (GER). Education GPS.
OECD-ohjelma. EDUCERI. 42241931. Skills beyond schools. What's new?
Education Indicators in Focus (EDIF) is a recurring series of briefs that highlight specific indicators in OECD’s Education at a Glance that are of particular interest to policy makers and practitioners. They provide a detailed look into current issues in pre-primary, primary and secondary education, higher education, and adult outcomes from a global perspective, and contain an engaging mix of text, tables and charts that describe the international context of the most pressing questions in education policy and practice. You can either access: Kv. EDUIMHE. The March 2014 of the quarterly brief for members only is out now Out now - The State of Higher Education 2013 The 2014 publication is currently underway.
This year’s publication will focus on recent innovations in higher education, remaining concerns and obscurity in quality assurance, and other emerging trends. SUNY - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Conference. In keeping with the State University of New York’s strategic planning focus on leveraging the power of “systemness,” this event promoted discussion of the internationalization of higher education at the system level. SUNY Global and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government at the University at Albany worked with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to examine the roles that multiple actors play in tackling the effects of the global financial crisis and fostering recovery policies — especially job creation, innovation and wealth generation. This event was part of the OECD What Works conference series. Discussions examined how internationalization can be leveraged to support economic development in the 21st century.
Creative and effective approaches were highlighted against the urgency of a global economic crisis, with job creation, economic recovery policy, human capital development and, above all, innovation at the core of the discussion.