This book is predicated upon the practice of participative decision
making (PDM) in higher education institutions, following the appeal
made by the former president of South Africa, Dr Nelson R Mandela,
to the vice chancellors and principals of higher education
institutions to transformation consistent with the values and goals
of democracy. This became a significant point which inspired the
author to write this book.The author presents the reader with a
well researched response as he covers such issues as the conceptual
models and practices of PDM at Universities in Africa and abroad.
The author further shares why participative decision making,
depending on the leadership styles of managers, is an effective
management or administrative tool. The book further covers results
of investigations into the practice of PDM at the higher education
institutions referred to above."Participative Decision Making In
Higher Education" details a simple, profound and fresh approach to
leading and managing others in a consensual manner. The book will
be of interest to both management students and specialists at all
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