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Workplace discomfort and burnout

Here is a study from Spain investigating the causes of stress in academic workplaces.  These authors found that burnout of staff is caused mainly by structural and functional elements of the organisation.  The solution is case-specific interventions rather than standardisation.  … Continue reading

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Gullibility for all

Command and control management-by-fear leads to inappropriate targets, inspections, accreditation, and inefficiency.  Mismanagement in education is leading to targets and unnecessary stress in inspections among other problems.  John Seddon described it to Parliament and it continues to increase. “While a target … Continue reading

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Bureaucracy grows in the education cartel

An interesting graphical illustration is presented in an article on how the US college cartel has agreed a plan with government and banksters to turn students into perpetual debt slaves.  This increase in management probably has nothing to do with ISO accreditation … Continue reading

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