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A Vision of Highe r Education in Asia Pacific 2020. Yoshinobu Onishi , UNU IFE Leadership Institute Feb 23 – March 6, 2009. 1. Introduction. Are there such things as “New Paradigm”? Key words: (1) Followership (2) N etwork universities.

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A vision of highe r education in asia pacific 2020

A Vision of Higher Education in Asia Pacific 2020

YoshinobuOnishi, UNU

IFE Leadership Institute

Feb 23 – March 6, 2009


1 introduction

1. Introduction

  • Are there such things as “New Paradigm”?

  • Key words:

    (1) Followership

    (2) Network universities


2 currently dominant paradigm core and periphery theory by altbach

2. Currently dominant paradigm:Core and Periphery Theory by Altbach


Continued

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“Unless they are able to build effective universities that can educate a growing proportion of the population while competing globally for research and knowledge products, Asian countries will be doomed to peripheral status.”

Altback, P. G. (2001)


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As a result, we all care about

rankings!!


3 followership

3. Followership

  • Proposed by Barbara Kellerman, Professor, Harvard University, in 2008

  • Followers “have less power, authority and influence than their superiors, and who usually, but not always, fall into line.”

  • Originally for individuals, but also useful and applicable for organizations


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“Followership is not about changing the rank of followers, but instead about changing their response to their rank, their superiors and the situation at hand.”

“Followers are creating change and changing leaders." Barbara Kellerman (2008)


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  • Five types of followers based on level of engagement by Kellerman:


4 new ideas for a new paradigm

4. New ideas for a new paradigm

  • Interactions among leaders and followers

  • Group rather than individual

  • Possibility of network universities


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dominant paradigm new paradigm

(a platform for ips cell research)


5 a p ossible project

5. A possible project

  • Get right persons to create a task force

  • Discuss the framework of “network universities”

  • Think of both domestic and international ones

  • Think of every possible field

  • Learn from existing cases/experiences

  • Take time


A vision of highe r education in asia pacific 2020

“Like many good ideas, the East-West Center was not the product of a single mind. The concept of an institution given to East-West interchange germinated in many intellects and over several decades.”

EWC The first twenty-five years (1985)


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