Administrative Leadership: In Academic Governance and Management
University Press of America, 01/01/2003 - 186 من الصفحات
Administrative Leadership interprets leadership in higher education as the administration, governance and management of contemporary colleges and universities in America. The effectiveness of administration leadership is regarded as a function of personal qualities, situational demands, group or organizational characteristics, and cultural conditions. Author Cameron Fincher presents a detailed rationale for administrative performance or accomplishments in concerted efforts to make decisions, solve problems, resolve conflicts, and gain consensus in the administration and governance of institutions of higher education.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
Personal Qualities in Leadership
Roles and Responsibilities
Purposes and Performance
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academic administrators academic freedom activities administration and governance administrative decisions administrative development administrative leaders administrative leadership administrative performance administrative responsibilities administrative roles and/or appointment assessment and evaluation campus challenge characteristics colleges and universities committees concepts and principles conceptual abilities concern conflict resolution consensus building constituencies consultation coordinating creative problem solving decision theory defined demands and expectations department heads Donald Schon efforts faculty members functions goals governing boards higher education identified implications individual institution's institutional leaders institutional leadership institutional policy institutional purposes institutions of higher interests interpersonal competence involved John Gardner learning legal rationality major models Nonetheless objectives organizations outcomes participants personal qualities planning policy decisions problem solving procedural justice procedures programs and services rationality relevant requirements role behavior roles and responsibilities seminars situational demands social solutions staff technical skills techniques theory and research theory of administrative traditional values vice presidents