Coping with Fads in Administrative or Management Techniques
If you've worked in higher education long enough, you've already had this experience. A supervisor or member of your institution's governing board calls an administrative retreat, and there, following the inevitable icebreakers, brainstorming, and team-building exercises, you are presented with the "bold new paradigm" that is to determine how you are to reorganize your unit, "reconceptualize" your leadership style, or modify every policy and procedure that is already in place. Someone, it seems, has been reading a management book and has bought into a new approach to how you should do your job.
- Learning and Leadership
- Evaluating Campus-wide Attitudes on Leadership
- Increasing Faculty Diversity
- Addressing the Tension between Leading and Managing
- Coping with Fads in Administrative or Management Techniques