Über dieses Produkt
- KurzbeschreibungThe academic department plays a key role in the <br>organizational life of universities and colleges <br>that collectively constitute the complex system of <br>higher education in the United States. Given the <br>pressure for change in academic institutions and the <br>critical role of academic departments in <br>institutional management, there is a need for better <br>understanding of departmental effectiveness, its <br>assessment, and its defining factors. It is of <br>substantial interest to know whether academic <br>departments function in true democratic fashion with <br>distributed authority for decision-making in vital <br>functional areas. It is likewise of interest to <br>know whether involvement of faculty in decision-<br>making in democratic fashion is related to <br>departmental effectiveness. The book attempts to <br>provide answers to these questions based on a <br>quantitative study of facutly decision-making in <br>academic departments of two-year colleges. The <br>findings in this book should be of special interest <br>to administrators and faculty at two-year colleges <br>and professionals in organizational leadership.
- AutorJohn Kowal
- Seiten180 Seiten
- Gewicht250 g
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