By Melanie M. Morey
This ebook is an unusally thorough learn of Catholic better schooling. A research that are supposed to be required examining of all educators and particularly the management of the Newman Society.
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16 The end product of this long-term investment is cultural proﬁciency: when a person becomes a knowledge expert. Organizations interested in sustaining, supporting, enhancing, and transmitting culture cannot do so unless they have knowledge experts. Knowledge experts share the knowledge content of culture and also give voice to it. A culture can neither exist for long nor be conveyed without a signiﬁcant number of proﬁcient knowledge experts. Until recently the main knowledge experts at Catholic universities were the members of religious orders.
There is a goodly amount of theory in this book. It is included because it provides the foundation for appreciating the current religious cultural situation in Catholic colleges and universities and for understanding how best to respond to the cultural challenges these institutions face. ” Catholic institutions are quite diverse. Even two institutions that identify themselves as adhering to the same approach to Catholic mission and culture can have very different traditions. We acknowledge this diversity by offering many ways we think could be effective to strengthen Catholic culture so that it can survive and thrive at Catholic colleges and universities, enabling them to even more successfully compete in the higher education marketplace.
While these tales are frequently reﬂections of shadow culture, at their best they serve as cautionary tales. They can remind others, particularly management, of how the organization previously lost its bearings by failing to remain faithful to some agreed-on way of proceeding. Narrative complaints can undercut culture, but at other times are simply comments on incongruities in the organization, and when they sound a much-needed warning, they represent a thoroughly positive aspect of organizational storytelling.
Catholic Higher Education: A Culture in Crisis by Melanie M. Morey