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Hoffman and Summers provide both a conceptual framework and practical approaches relevant to leadership issues in higher education. This book offers solutions for those in leadership positions or those anticipating a position in higher education. It focuses on everyday operational problems and will provide the current or future reader with guidelines for action.
Higher education leaders must have both a sense of the past and a vision of the future. The world is changing rapidly and these changes will have an inevitable and profound impact on higher education. Institutions that fail to respond to the trends taking place around them will not likely survive with significance very far into the new millennium. This book offers help in making the transition from traditional manager/administrator to a valued leader in higher education.
Organizational Structure, Management, and Leadership for the Future by Richard Alfred and Scott Rosevear
The Practitioner's Dilemma: Understanding and Managing Change in the Academic Institution by John Levin
A Memorandum from Machiavelli on the Principled Use of Power in the Academy by Daniel J. Julius, J. Victor Baldridge, and Jeffrey Pfeffer
Higher Education Management in Theory and Practice by Jana Nidiffer
Succesfully Managing Higher Education Consortia/Partnerships by Albert B. Smith, Ronald D. Opp, Randy C. Armstrong, Gloria A. Stewart, and Randall J. Isaacson
The Financing of Higher Education by David S. Honeyman
The Process of Setting Tuition in Public University Systems: A Case Study of Interaction Between Governing Board and Campus Management by Robert H. Fenske, Frank H. Besnette, and Stephen M. Jordan
Collective Bargaining by Allan M. Hoffman, Randal W. Summers, and Yvonne Thayer
Student Development: Its Place in the Academy by Denise Ottinger
Managing with Diversity in Colleges and Universities by Amer El-Ahraf and David Gray
Managing Evaluations in Higher Education by John C. Ory
Evaluating Collegiate Administrators by Richard Miller and Peggy Miller