Enrollment Ineffectiveness Process of a Higher Institution Literature Review

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Enrollment Ineffectiveness Process of a Higher Institution Literature Review

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Enrollment Ineffectiveness Process of a Higher Institution Literature Review

Stiwne, E. E., & Alves, M. G. (2010). Higher education and employability of graduates: will Bologna make a difference?. European Educational Research Journal, 9(1), 32-44.

Stiwne, E. E., & Alves, M. G. (2010) aims to create enrollment effectiveness in an organization and as shared by many authors this was with the thought of having the rightful people with the required competence of knowledge hence having them in the rightful positions that they deserve in the higher institutions. There was a case of socio political stance in the organization, which led to the rising of a concern of creating a consistent harmony as regards the demands of effective decision making and the unavoidable restraint on subjective execution of authority power.

Garrison, D. R., & Vaughan, N. D. (2008). Blended learning in higher education: Framework, principles, and guidelines. John Wiley & Sons.

Garrison uncovered some of the problems that would affect the organization in the future and even currently include; obstacles that were allowed to block the vision and according to research these obstacles to some extent is how the organizational structure is that blocks the colleagues vision and relates them to university enrollment process especially in many institutions the US. The books prepares the launch platform for young scholars and how they might miss deserving career opportunities because of the enrollment process.

Bailey, T., Jeong, D. W., & Cho, S. W. (2010). Referral, enrollment, and completion in developmental education sequences in community colleges. Economics of Education Review, 29(2), 255-270.

The problem that needs to be handled in the higher level of education is the Ineffectiveness of the enrollment process itself and be modeled once more to fit the modern society according to Bailey et al. Moreover current problem is the need to realign the operational sector; admissions, student’s services, finance, career services and IT to the institutions vision so as to improve on efficiency, effectiveness and compliant at every level. If this problem is solved then the higher level of education will be able to run smoothly.

Eaton, J. S. (2015). An Overview of US Accreditation. Revised November 2015. Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

The problem at the education sector is the ineffectiveness of the enrollment department within the organization. As shared by Eaton the main cause of ineffectiveness in the enrollment department is mainly the caused by the parties involved working in silos and not adhering to the working together concept which definitely leads to a misunderstanding in the organization and this you would agree to. The workings in institution led to the parties drifting away from the mission, vision, purpose and value of education and career.

Ebner, M., Lienhardt, C., Rohs, M., & Meyer, I. (2010). Microblogs in Higher Education–A chance to facilitate informal and process-oriented learning?. Computers & Education, 55(1), 92-100.

As shared by Ebner at al, the organizational projects comes up with the great idea of creating effectiveness in the enrollment department something that did not even exist. The university enrollment department before this creation operated in the following manner, each member operated as a list and not as a team, working only their specific area of specialization and stopping. Ebner et al delves into the possibilities of how departmental projects manage to run their daily operations with such considerations.

DATA AND EVIDENCE

Kozina, Z. L., Sobko, I., Yermakova, T., Cieslicka, M., Zukow, W., Chia, M., … & Korobeinik, V. A. (2016). Psychophysiological characteristics of female basketball players with hearing problems as the basis for the technical tactic training methodic in world level teams.

Kozina et al shares places where useful resources could help in the buildup of a knowledgebase to support this. Some of the data would be collected from the participants; campus president, admission advisor, student service advisors, student service manager and an administrative assistant. The institution greatly puts into use the student satisfaction survey, effort measurement, daily interaction reports, and the transition of admission to registration and employee feedback report at the attachment period.

Boliver, V. (2011). Expansion, differentiation, and the persistence of social class inequalities in British higher education. Higher education, 61(3), 229-242.

As shared by Boliver (2011), to achieve all this questionnaires will also be administered and some few members of the learning environment will have to be interviewed and surveys too. Surveys were used to identify quantitative information and this is data that already exists in the institution which has come up from daily reports within the organization. Interviews shall be administered in order to get more of the qualitative information. Since there is the aspect of both quantitative and qualitative data collection methods then the research design for this project is intended to be descriptive and interpretive.

Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016). The DNP degree & capstone project. Lancaster PA: DEStech Publications.

During this project a lot of interviews were conducted formally and informally. The interviews and questionnaires were grouped into the following sections; commitment level, competency level, knowledge, observation feedback and vision, mission, purpose and teach value. After analyzing the data collected it was stated that some form of fossilization will be recommended and probably employed at the best time or as it will be agreed by the relevant parties in the education sector. There were those that were readily approved and were applied and they include; merging of all the groups into one enrollment team, realigning of the objectives the enrolment team for it to relate to the school’s mission and vision statement, values and the enrollment objectives, collaborative weekly meetings where matters at hand would be discussed and solutions to the matters will also be found. It was also agree to that there will be a weekly training for the enrollment department when effecting change if need be as highlighted by Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016).

Boliver, V. (2011). Expansion, differentiation, and the persistence of social class inequalities in British higher education. Higher education, 61(3), 229-242.

After reviewing the department it is noted that using appreciative inquiry approach and action research methodology has really helped in creating a spectacular collaborative and participatory team and work pattern and this will lead to a more empowered team and given the change process a chance to succeed as investigated by Boliver, V. (2011)..

Göransson, B., & Brundenius, C. (Eds.). (2010). Universities in transition: The changing role and challenges for academic institutions. Springer Science & Business Media.

As shared Göransson, B., & Brundenius, C. (Eds.). (2010)., Appreciative Inquiry approach and the Collaborative Action Research methodology have really helped in the effectiveness of the department since they build trust, encourage transparency, communication, team work, respect for individuals and their opinions and it also ensures accountability for any change that might be introduced in the higher education system to be effective. In addition the theory of transformation paradigm was recommended to emphasize on the utilization of qualitative and mixed methods to sketch out the complexity of a setting of institutions like universities and other technical institutions to meet the ever changing needs. In this structure, different views have been formulated through encouraging relationships of trust with colleagues and this has led to the increase commitment and competency levels hence leading to the decrease in ineffectiveness in the enrollment department.

Schmidt, R. K., Smyth, M. M., & Kowalski, V. K. (2014). Teaching the scientific literature review : collaborativelessons for guided inquiry. Santa Barbara, California: libraries Unlimited.

Schmidt, R. K., Smyth, M. M., & Kowalski, V. K. (2014) discusses a structure where different views have been formulated through encouraging relationships of trust with colleagues whilst applying scientific methods to handle dynamics of a higher institution. This has led to the increase commitment and competency levels hence leading to the decrease in ineffectiveness other departments and could work in the enrollment department to.

RELATIONSHIP WITH THE ORGANIZATION

Göransson, B., & Brundenius, C. (Eds.). (2010). Universities in transition: The changing role and challenges for academic institutions. Springer Science & Business Media.

Göransson, B., & Brundenius, C. (Eds.). (2010) came up with an idea that it is all about realigning the schooling system to the needs of the market and values of the learning. It is important to note that the vision and mission of the organizations are all tied up in its outcome which in a short summary is to produce outstanding graduates that will positively impact local, national and global communities through organizations. The project currently focuses on the ineffectiveness of the enrollment department within the higher learning institutions and organizations. Picking on an educational institution has a purpose since there are normalcies that occur in thus particular field. It is important that for profit institutions just like our institution falls under to maintain regularity between the revenue earned, the students enrolled, the quality of services provided and employable leavers with the aim if bettering the community.

University Grants Commission. (2012). Higher Education in India at a Glance. Statewise Higher Education Institutions.

The purpose of this projects is to ensure that there is continuity, gaps are resolved in the system, enhance operative process and in general it creates standardized guidelines for the organization and similar organizations in the community as noted by the University Grants Commission (2012). After carrying out their observation, there seems to be a lot of opportunities in the enrollment and finance team effectiveness which may sometimes lead to delaying the student enrollment process. An individual can state that the occurrence of this kind of event twice or more is due to previous systemic and systemic changes made by the organization and effects of those changes on the colleagues especially since they have only be employed for a shorter period and this can necessitate the need for leadership and a sense of direction.

Sohail, M. S., & Daud, S. (2009). Knowledge sharing in higher education institutions: Perspectives from Malaysia. Vine, 39(2), 125-142.

As shared by Sohail, M. S., & Daud, S. (2009), Ineffectiveness in the organization leads to miscommunication, high colleague turn over and this may greatly affect the culture of the organization, avoidable gaps that may result into bigger operational issues. It is then correct to state that this investigation will create room for improvement in identified challenging areas and also in the non-identified challenging areas.

Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016). The DNP degree & capstone project. Lancaster PA: DEStech Publications.

Bamker and schumber discusses more about how schools can offer to enroll their students in batches than then way institutions do it now. This would greatly improve the process and make it better at the end. Specialization is the key walking with the students till they fully understand the whole of the

PROPOSED ACTION PLAN

Lai, K. W. (2011). Digital technology and the culture of teaching and learning in higher education. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 27(8).

Lai noted that the implementation stage of some of the approved strategy would be necessary to consider the contextual analysis in order to gain a deeper insight of variables that may affect the timeline on other strategies pending review or approval. As per the current state of the organization there is a great need for an enrollment team to increase effectiveness through re-alignment and restructuring is needed and it is better to have a long term basis in accordance to Lai’s proposed steps. While these strategies are being approved then the organization all needs a long term strategy and this has to be well planned with a perfect timeline and set time release measurement in place. It was expected that all relevant data would be in place by August 27, 2018, however, the data were submitted for review on September 5, 2018. Some of the results are not yet reviewed since they are awaiting the compliance approval.

Schmidt, R. K., Smyth, M. M., & Kowalski, V. K. (2014). Teaching the scientific literature review : collaborativelessons for guided inquiry. Santa Barbara, California: libraries Unlimited.

A look at Schmidt and Sym work on the integration process of literature and the scientific field can yield results of integrated correctly. This method achieves it goals by bringing together the best of both worlds.

Rationale for the Intervention.

Willemse, N., & De Beer, P. (2012). Three worlds of educational welfare states? A comparative study of higher education systems across welfare states. Journal of European Social Policy, 22(2), 105-117.

The creation of a long term plan on the effectiveness on the enrollment sector will ease the job to be done by each individual in the department and this equally leads to team work, trust and many other benefits as discussed above. This is according to the experiments that Willemse and Beer did and discovered that team planning for the long terms makes the processes more efficient.

Tavares, O., & Cardoso, S. (2013). Enrolment choices in Portuguese higher education: do students behave as rational consumers?. Higher Education, 66(3), 297-309.

In this we clearly see that organizations need an effective enrollment department to avoid unnecessary delays within the department as noted by Tavares, O., & Cardoso, S. (2013), when at a faculty in school. The organization I am in should support this study since it will make it have better services to every person in the organization leading to team work which is equally beneficial.

Zha, Q. (2009). Diversification or homogenization: How governments and markets have combined to (re) shape Chinese higher education in its recent massification process. Higher education, 58(1), 41-58.

During the eventful research on the eligible pick of resolve to implement to counteractively solve the trance of the ineffectiveness in the enrollment department, the help of the information technology department came in handy since through them was the initiative of the electronic methods that can be used to record data and manage he database accordingly plus it would provide more modern electronic methods to ease the work of each individual in the department by enable good network in computers and many other areas. As shared by Zha, Q. (2009), it was also a mandatory requirement for the full involvement of all the people in the organization to work hand in hand with the IT people to enable the effectiveness of the enrollment process in terms of electronics. This is most applicable in higher education and could result in higher efficiency.

Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016). The DNP degree & capstone project. Lancaster PA: DEStech Publications.

In accordance to the immediate access for the permission to go through with the implementation, the head of department of organization welfare actively took part in, aiding and abetting my efforts on this study since he saw the importance of this to the organization. Furthermore the positive and optimistic remarks of the organizations fraternity have laid a foundation in the future acceptance of spearheaded permission grants in case of any future revisal of organizational emergency. Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016) examines how the whole higher education process is intertwined and needs carefull assesment from the day of admission to the last day to get the most out of the whole education system.

Clark, I., Morgan, G., Skolnik, M., & Trick, D. (2009). Academic transformation: The forces reshaping higher education.

Clark, I., Morgan, G., Skolnik, M., & Trick, D. (2009) appreciates Inquiry approach and the Collaborative Action Research methodology have really helped in the effectiveness of the department since they build trust, encourage transparency, communication, team work, respect for individuals and their opinions and it also ensures accountability from the first step to the last of the admission process.

Kariya, T. (2011). Credential inflation and employment in ‘universal’higher education: enrolment, expansion and (in) equity via privatisation in Japan. Journal of Education and Work, 24(1-2), 69-94.

Kariya, T. (2011) study streams wide enough to offer a relatively large level of options to choose from. As shared by networking involves the ability to intercept and resolve traffic from data conveyance from one geographical location to another without having to experience fire walls to barricade the ease at which the message can be conveyed without necessarily having to challenges’ and this can be related to the enrollment department in order to see to its effectiveness.

Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016). The DNP degree & capstone project. Lancaster PA: DEStech Publications.

Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016) Notes that over 30% of students discomfort are all related to the process of admission at their innitial days at the instituition. There wasn’t a coherent working amongst the various departments like the Finace, IT, Academics examinatios etc. This left the students at the mercy of theor own curiosity whiich shuld never be the case outside classroom.

Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016). The DNP degree & capstone project. Lancaster PA: DEStech Publications.

Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016) shares the main cause of ineffectiveness in the enrollment department is mainly the caused by the parties involved working in silos and not adhering to the working together concept which definitely leads to a misunderstanding in the organization and this you would agree to. This working in silos led to the parties drifting away from the mission, vision, purpose and value of the organization relates closely with the admissions department in a schools.

Bui, Y. N. (2014). How to write a masters thesis. Los Angeles: Sage .

As shared by Bui, Y. N. (2014), recent co curriculum studies dictate the idea that in order for one to be able to enforce consistency in the level of one’s understanding one must be able to in cooperate the use of numerous environmental examples .This equips one with the visual and photographic memory that is easily be remembered in lieu of the theoretical knowledge .Studies admonish that one is able to perceive more intake of information through encountering the similarity between the theoretical and hypothetical knowledge gained during practical situations.

Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016). The DNP degree & capstone project. Lancaster PA: DEStech Publications.

In addition to the partnership aid offered by the information technology department during the eventual problem solving exercise noted by Bemker, M., & Schreiner, B. (2016), they were other major stake holders involved in the process of having to ensure its final approval and mandatory application to be put in force; the following below stakeholders were relatively and actively involved in the participation of the approval decision making reform. The Chancellor for one is a major stake holder who is responsible for the assertion of major faculty decisions. Also the department of student welfare is responsible in basing and focusing their powers in helping and ensuring the perfect and comfortable participation of the enrollment process.




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