In 2015-2016, I started the development of an integrated framework showing how a comprehensive internationalization strategy could be intentionally designed as networked system. It has to be systemic across the three dimension of the mandate of the institution, that is Research, Education and Community Services. It has also to integrate the Administration and the Governance of Internationalization.
The framework is network-based one and illustrates a new type of organizations, in the era of connected generation and a new type of leadership.
Presentation can be downloaded here.
“[The] reduction into parts and the proliferation of separations has characterized not just organizations, but everything in the Western world during the past three hundred years. We broke knowledge into separate disciplines and subjects, built offices and schools with divided spaces, developed analytic techniques that focus on discrete factors, and even counselled ourselves to act in fragments, to use different “parts” of ourselves in different settings.”
Wheatley, Margaret J. “Leadership and the New Science.” Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
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