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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/4/11 Internal Organization Design II: Marxist Perspectives 1. UC Strike to Defend Public Education 2. Marxist perspective: The internal design of the organization is not a rational compromise; it is aimed at controlling labor.
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2/4/11 Internal Management – reducing costs Layoffs and furloughs Hiring freezes Cut back student services Eliminate athletics programs
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Expenditures Expenditures, 2007- 08 $ (000s) % of total Instruction $357,891 21.66% Research $223,192 13.51% Public Service $29,476 1.78% Academic Support (incl. Academic Administration) $77,000 4.66% Student Services $60,351 3.65% Institutional Support (incl. Executive Management) $103,382 6.26% Operation & Maintenance of Plant $36,683 2.22% Auxiliary Enterprises $45,330 2.74% ALL SALARIES $933,395 56.49% Total Current Funds Expenditures $1,652,175 100% Source: UC Berkeley 2007-08 Schedule 1-B Current Funds Expenditures by Uniform Classification Category
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2/4/11 External Management of Revenue Sources Raise your tuition & fees 32% Soliciting alumni donations Increasing funding from federal government and private industry
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2/4/11 Two (not mutually exclusive) stories The State of California is not properly
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