Ph.D. Dissertation Entitled "Integrated Tertiary Educational Supply Chain Management (ITESCM)"

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Ph.D. Dissertation Entitled "Integrated Tertiary Educational Supply Chain Management (ITESCM)"
Dr. Md. Mamun Habib, Professor, Bangladesh

An Integrated Tertiary Educational Supply Chain Management (ITESCM)

This exploratory research addresses the education supply chain, the research supply chain, and educational management as major constituents in an Integrated Tertiary Educational Supply Chain Management (ITESCM) model. Its applicability was successfully verified and validated through survey data from leading tertiary educational institutions around the world. The proposed model was developed based on the analysis of literature, past theoretical frameworks, interviews with stakeholders. Model constructs were identified and confirmed by 493 respondents, representing university administrators, faculty and staffs, employers, and graduates. The resulting model was subsequently evaluated for accuracy and validity by multiple linear regression (MLR) analysis and the structural equation modeling (SEM) technique. The study revealed education development, education assessment, research development, and research assessment as four main activities in educational management. Four aspects of each activity, namely programs establishment, university culture, faculty capabilities, and facilities were investigated at strategic, planning, and operating levels. MLR equations of eight separate models, including education development, education assessment, graduates, research development, research assessment, research outcomes, supplied inputs, and supplied outputs, were mathematically formulated and eventually synthesized into an overall model. The ITESCM model furnishes stakeholders of the supply chain with appropriate strategies to review and appraise their performance toward fulfillment of ultimate goals, i.e. producing high-caliber graduates and high-impact research outcomes, which represent two main contributions, for the betterment of the society.

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