Academy of Strategic Management Journal (Print ISSN: 1544-1458; Online ISSN: 1939-6104)


Academic Governance Strategies and their Impact on the Quality of Educational Performance

Author(s): Ahmed Abdul Salam Ahmed, Firas Emad Ali, Mohammed Mahmood Taha

This study aims to determine the impact of academic governance in the Iraqi private colleges on the quality of university performance. The study was applied to the private colleges located in Baghdad, which were distinguished by their multiple departments, ten or more, and their number is (11) private colleges. The inspection unit was represented by members of the teaching and administrative staff in the colleges researched, and their number is (329) samples. Where the descriptive analytical approach was the basis of the work of this study, which reached several results, the most important of which is that the application of academic governance in private colleges was moderately, the researched colleges are working on developing the capabilities of employees through the learning channels and knowledge available to them in order to reach the quality of performance. Based on the results of the study, a set of recommendations were presented, the most important of which are: Private colleges should focus on practicing academic governance because it is a methodology suitable for working in a highly competitive environment, so it is opportunities for excellence in terms of performance for these colleges, working to provide integrated knowledge in order to achieve quality educational performance and according to the requirements of the labor market for various disciplines.

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