Performance Appraisal Interviews as a Tool to Improve Faculty Work
The primary cost associated with an academic department is personnel. Personnel can include secretarial and support staff, but is typically dominated by faculty. In fact, as much as 95 percent of a department's budget can be tied directly to faculty costs. This means that department heads and chairs have little room to negotiate around faculty and must instead face challenges directly. Compounding the chair's ability to create change is the reality of academic freedom and tenure, both of which can immobilize progress and growth.
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