1. Introduction: How Is Change in Higher Education Managed?
Bjørn Stensaker, Mary Henkel, Jussi Välimaa, Cláudia S. Sarrico
Part I. How to Make Sense of Change
2. Change, Leverage, Suasion and Intent: An Historical Excursion Across Three Decades of Change in Higher Education in Western Europe
3. Change as an Intellectual Device and as an Object of Research
Taina Saarinen, Jussi Valimaa
Part II. The Dynamics Between Reform and Culture
4. University Strategizing: The Role of Evaluation as a Sensemaking Tool
Nicoline Frølich, Bjørn Stensaker
5. Let the Devil Choose: Frustration or Anxiety in the Wake of Performance Measurement in Universities
Cláudia S. Sarrico, Ana I. Melo
6. The Changing Culture of Academic Research: From Organizations to Networks
Amy Scott Metcalfe
7. Is There a Bridge Between Quality and Quality Assurance?
Maria J. Rosa, Alberto Amaral
8. Students' Perceptions of Quality Assessment: Is There an Option Besides Treating Them as Consumers?
9. Exploring New Academic Identities in Turbulent Times
Part III. Maintaining Identity Through Organizational Change
10. 'That's Dangerous': Autonomous Development Work as a Source of Renewal in Academia
11. The Interplay of Organizing Models in Higher Education: What Room Is There for Collegiality in Universities Characterized by Bounded Autonomy?
12. The Management of Academic Culture Revisited: Integrating Universities in an Entrepreneurial Age
David D. Dill
Jussi Välimaa, Bjørn Stensaker, Cláudia S. Sarrico