Describes a study which examined expectations for academic leadership of, and sharing of authority by, departmental heads in a community college, a technical institute, and a university in Alberta, Canada. Information was obtained from questionnaires completed by 20 deans, 123 incumbent department heads, and 17 faculty association executive members; and also from interviews with 17 department heads and three senior administrators. Several substantial differences were noted in the information provided by respondents classified by position and type of institution.
International Journal of Educational Management – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 1996
Keywords: Academic staff; Authority; Colleges; Leadership; Tertiary education; Universities
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