Organizational Analysis Methods

Paul%20Verweel.jpgProfessor Dr. Paul Verweel, Dean Utrecht School of Governance and Organizational Science, Utrecht University of Netherlands delivered a thought provoking lecture at NUML (National University of Modern Languages) on “Organizational Analysis”. His lecture was also broadcast over the university’s FM Radio for the benefit of scholastics of the twin cities.

Utrecht University is a 400 year old institution and is counted among the top 50 universities of the world. It is also rated as No. 4 in Europe.

1 Comment so far

  1. Amir-naeem (unregistered) on January 24th, 2007 @ 1:07 pm

    Good act on part of NUML.I somehow always felt that we are a chaotic society with superficial scholastic and literary/cultural traditions.’Thinking outside the box’ and our outdated and stagnant education system is more than ever need of the times and should be marked by more of such inter-universities events to promote modern trends and practices in various disciplines.More such foreign faculty visits and exchange student programs should be started to bring international perspective to our institutes.The other day i was pondering over(which i usually don’t for fear of losing my pea size brain) what is wrong with our education system? why can’t we have our own ivy league institutes?.Then 9 o’clock news caught my attention where education minister was briefing a bunch of visiting harvard students and i said yes this is what we need.This is a cost effective solution to our backwardness at international scene and producing the professionals which are marketable globally.
    More such lectures whether by visiting faculty or televised from abroad should be arranged at our campuses and each university should have a very dynamic audio-visual section with its own production capabilities to document research and offering such facilities.



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