An empirical analysis of the strategic management of competitive advantage: a case study of higher technical and vocational education in Taiwan

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Author: Huang, Hsun-I.

Abstract:

Institutions of higher technical and vocational education (hereafter HTVE) in Taiwan face the pressures of a reduced number of students and competition for students from an increased number of domestic and international institutions. To cope with these challenges, HTVE institutions that are better equipped to respond to market requirements, and are prepared to make constant improvements in the efficiency and performance of their academic and administrative affairs, are expected to attain a competitive advantage and enhance their long-term sustainability.

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Subjects: Providers of education and training; Management; Students; Participation; Vocational education and training; Research; Statistics

Keywords: University; College; Technical education and training; Strategic planning; Data analysis

Geographic subjects: Taiwan; Asia

Published: Melbourne, Victoria: Victoria University, 2012

Physical description: ix, 214 p.

Access item:
http://vuir.vu.edu.au/19417/1/Hsun-I_Huang.pdf

Related items: TD/TNC 114.129

Notes:
Submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy to the School of International Business, Faculty of Business and Law, Victoria University (Melbourne, Victoria), February 2012 Includes bibliographical references

Resource type: Thesis

Call Number:
TD/TNC 110.425



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