Academic Leadership Development
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- Benoit, P., Graham, S. (2005). Leadership excellence: Constructing the role of department. Academic Leadership: The Online Journal, 3(1). Permalink
- Berdrow, I. (2010). King among kings: Understanding the role and responsibilities of the department chair in higher education. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 38(4), 499-514. Permalink
- Bryman, A. (2007). Effective leadership in higher education: A literature review. Studies in Higher Education, 32(6), 693-710. Permalink
- Crevani, L., M. Lindgren, et al. (2010). Leadership, not leaders: On the study of leadership as practices and interactions. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 26, 77-86. Permalink
- Farey, P. (1993). Mapping the Leader/Manager.Management Learning, 24(2). Permalink
- Hoff, K. S. (1999). Leaders and managers: Essential skills required within higher education. Higher Education, 38(3), 311-31. Permalink
- Isaac C., Griffin, L., Carnes, M. (2010). A qualitative study of faculty members' views of women chairs. Journal of Women's Health, 19(3), 533-546. Permalink
- Milburn, P. C. (2010). The role of programme directors as academic leaders. Active Learning in Higher Education, 11(2), 87-95. Permalink
- Wolverton, M., Ackerman, R., & Holt, S. (2005). Preparing for leadership: What academic department chairs need to know. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 27(2), 227-238. Permalink
- Wyn, J., Acker, S., & Richards, E. (2000). Making a difference: Women in management in australian and canadian faculties of education. Gender and Education, 12(4), 435-47. Permalink
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