Calitatea managementului universitar si managementul calităţii în Universitatea de Ştiinţe Agricole şi Medicină Veterinară a Banatului Timişoara

Bălan, Ioana M.; Tulcan, Camelia
September 2013
Quality Assurance Review;Sep2013, Vol. 5 Issue 1/2, p124
Academic Journal
In this paper we highlight aspects of quality management, a concept that has entered many managers thinking in higher education, the rectors, very rapidly in recent years. This is a product of management approaches of the '80s and the effects they have together. In this context, the special characteristics of higher education require a set of activities based on the creation and dissemination of knowledge and skills, the main objective of quality management is continuous improvement, consistency, effective participation by involving staff, customers' needs. Assessment procedures detect poor quality and stimulate improvement, all of which contribute significantly to the development of efficient and effective higher education, provided that they are explicitly oriented market.


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