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Baizerman, M. (2009). Deepening understanding of managing evaluation. New Directions for Evaluation, (121), 87–98.
Baizerman, M., & Compton, D. W. (2009). Toward developing competent evaluation managing. New Directions for Evaluation, (121), 99–109.
Blose, C. (2010). Seize the moment. Community College Journal, 80(4), 14–18.
Chabotar, K. J. (1999). How to develop an effective budget process. New Directions for Higher Education, (107), 17–28.
Chabotar, K. J. (2010). What about the rest of us? Small colleges in financial crisis. Change, 42(4), 6–13.
Delaney, A. M. (2009). Institutional researchers' expanding roles: Policy, planning, program evaluation, assessment, and new research methodologies. New Directions for Institutional Research, 2009(143), 29–41.
Dellow, D. A., & Losinger, R. (2004). A management tool for reallocating college resources. Community College Journal of Research & Practice, 28(8), 677–688.
Eastman, J. A. (2007). Revenue generation and its consequences for academic capital, values and autonomy: Insights from Canada. Higher Education Management & Policy, 19(3), 9–25.
Facione, P. A. (2009). 20 ways for colleges to cut costs and make money. Chronicle of Higher Education, 55(28), A36–A37.
Haberaecker, H. J. (2004). Strategic planning and budgeting to achieve core missions. New Directions For Institutional Research, 2004(123), 71–87.
Head, R. B. (2011). The evolution of institutional effectiveness in the community college. New Directions For Community Colleges, (153), 5–11.
Israel, C. A., & Kihl, B. (2005). Using strategic planning to transform a budgeting process. New Directions for Community Colleges, (132), 77–86.
Kleijnen, J., Dolmans, D., Muijtjens, A., Willems, J., & Van Hout, H. (2009). Organisational values in higher education: Perceptions and preferences of staff. Quality in Higher Education, 15(3), 233–249.
Lyall, K. C., & Sell, K. R. (2006). The de facto privatization American public higher education. Change, 38(1), 6–13.
Manning, T. M. (2011). Institutional effectiveness as process and practice in the American community college. New Directions For Community Colleges, (153), 13–21.
Menchaca, M. P., & Hoffman, E. S. (2009). Planning for evaluation in online learning: University of Hawaii case study. Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 6(8), 45–51.
Mohan, R., & Sullivan, K. (2006). Managing the politics of evaluation to achieve impact. New Directions for Evaluation, (112), 7–23.
Powell, R. R. (2006). Evaluation research: An overview. Library Trends, 55(1), 102–120.
Praslova, L. (2010). Adaptation of Kirkpatrick’s four level model of training criteria to assessment of learning outcomes and program evaluation in higher education. Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability, 22(3), 215–225.
Schweigert, F. J. (2007). The priority of justice: A framework approach to ethics in program evaluation. Evaluation and Program Planning, 30(4), 394–399.
Stevick, T. R. (2010). Integrating development, alumni relations, and marketing for fundraising success. New Directions For Higher Education, (149), 57–64.
Torres, R. T., & Preskill, H. (2001). Evaluation and organizational learning: Past, present, and future. American Journal of Evaluation, 22(3), 387–395.
Ward, D. (2007). Academic values, institutional management and public policies. Higher Education Management & Policy, 19(2), 9–20.
Weisbrod, B. A., & Asch, E. D. (2010). The truth about the "crisis" in higher education finance. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 42(1), 23–29.
Williams, J. C., Costich, J., Hacker, W. D., & Davis, J. S. (2010). Lessons learned in systems thinking approach for evaluation planning. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 16(2), 151–155.
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