International Journal of Educational Management: Volume 16 Issue 6


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Legitimating irrelevance: management education in higher education institutions

David Crowther, Chris Carter

Argues that the subject matter involved in the process of knowledge transfer needs also to be an integral part of the discourse and that this consideration is of particular…


Have you been appraised? A survey of the university administrative staff

Farhad Analoui, Pauline Fell

Little has been reported in the literature on the perception and understanding of administrative staff regarding the processes involved in performance appraisal within the higher…


Cultural awareness, communication apprehension, and communication competence: a case study of Saint John’s International School

Chintana Monthienvichienchai, Sirintorn Bhibulbhanuwat, Chintawee Kasemsuk, Mark Speece

Cross‐cultural communication competence is a key issue in teaching in international schools. Cultural awareness issues are likely to play a role in how effectively the expat…


Ethical leadership while making the grade

Rosemarye Taylor, Jessie Shields Strickland

Ethical leadership has been called into question as a result of the great pressure to raise test scores and to be accountable for student achievement in very challenging times…


Supporting educational management through action research

Maggie McPherson, José Miguel Baptista Nunes

This paper presents an educational management model to support action research into issues relating to the management of distance learning programmes. The educational management…

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