Cameron's Model (Four Approach Model Developed By Cameron, 1980)

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Cameron 's Model (four approach combination) The four-approach model developed by Cameron, 1980 by combining the four main approaches because none of these approaches considered as an ideal and single approach. The combination of the four approaches creates a new model to assess the organizational effectiveness of higher educational institutions:  Goal approach: the effective organization able to achieve its goals.  The system resource approach: the effective organization able to acquires its needed resources for its processes.  Internal process approach: the effective organization able to satisfy its employee and increase their loyalty and commitment.  The strategic constituency approach: the effective organization able to delight strategic constituencies or interest groups within the organizations. Cameron 's (1978) proposal summarized organizational effectiveness in nine dimensions, the selection of these dimensions is based on the careful study of the institution 's criteria and in-depth analysis. the following describes these nine dimensions: 1. Student educational satisfaction. It deals with the satisfaction of students with their educational experiences at the place where they are studying. 2. Student academic development. This dimension discusses the rate and extent of achievement, growth, and progress which the students have managed to gain at the institute. It also deals with opportunities for academic development which is given to them by the institution.

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