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Managing logistics higher education using logical: framework analysis

Tong, Jian

Abstract:
Abstract—Many Studies indicate that Germany is the world’s logistics leader. One of its drivers is due to its brilliant logistics education. The purpose of the paper is to show an overview of logistics education in Germany and develop a strategic model for logistics higher education management, aiming to provide a guide for educators to manage logistics higher education. Based on a semi-systematic literature review, the innovative design and dynamical improvement of logistics education was been categorized into five interrelated stages. Using logical framework analysis (LFA) a strategic framework of logistics higher education management is developed. It is explored that the dynamic responsiveness of demand for logistics higher education from the labour market and feedback from the learners are the most important determinants for successful fulfillment of the goals for logistics higher education. Furthermore, the interrelations between the various logical stages for managing logistics higher education were explained.This paper is the first attempt to provide a logical systematic framework of logistics education with a strong focus in Germany. Replication in other countries should be undertaken to validate the framework in the future.

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Document Title: Managing logistics higher education using logical: framework analysis
Journal: International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology
Volume: 2
Issue: 4


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Contributory Studies and Research Approaches
Country:International
Keywords:Higher Education, Higher Education and Development, Higher Education Institutions HEI s, Management


File Size:677 KB
Date Added:06 October 2011


managing logistics higher education using logical: framework analysis