Universities and corporate managerialism

Michael C. Peters, John Freeman-Moir and Michael A. Peters
Vol 13, Number 1, p.25
In recent times attacks have been mounted on collegiality and tenure. Participatory decision making has been decried for its lack of efficiency and accountability and tenure has come under fire because it 'encourages laziness' and impedes the ability of universities to deploy resources according to market forces. In this chapter we critically examine both the erosion of collegiality and the attack on tenure'.