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Assessing organizational capacity in higher education


  • Rita van Deuren

    (Maastricht School of Management, Maastricht, the Netherlands (


The Ethiopian higher education system has realized enormous growth in the recent years and its future ambitions require additional capacity development in quality and in quantity. In planning and monitoring capacity development, organizational assessment plays a major role. This paper outlines the results of the first steps in the design of on organizational capacity assessment tool for Ethiopian new public universities and as such describes dimensions and indicators of university organizational capacity.

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  • Rita van Deuren, 2014. "Assessing organizational capacity in higher education," Working Papers 2014/07, Maastricht School of Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:msm:wpaper:2014/07

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    organizational capacity assessment; higher education; developing countries; Ethiopia; design-oriented research;

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