This book will be an invaluable resource for campus leaders working together on significant reform." — PAULA P. BROWNLEE, principal, The Presidents' Group LLC; president emerita, Association of American Colleges and Universities; former ...
Author: Robert M. Diamond
"Once again, Bob Diamond has cut to the heart of the matter and has given us a field guide?actually a handbook?of real, hands-on academic leadership. He has assembled an elite group of contributors who provide insights and guidance, which will be useful for all academic leaders?new and old, public or private, CEO or assistant." -- Charles E. Glassick, senior associate emeritus, The Carnegie Foundatio
This book provides a road map to an effective development program, whether the goal is to revamp an existing program or build one from the ground up.
Author: Walter H. Gmelch
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A clear, systematic road map to effective campus leadership development Building Academic Leadership Capacity gives institutions the knowledge they need to invest in the next generation of academic leaders. With a clear, generalizable, systematic approach, this book provides insight into the elements of successful academic leadership and the training that makes it effective. Readers will explore original research that facilitates systematic, continuous program development, augmented by the authors' own insight drawn from experience establishing such programs. Numerous examples of current campus programs illustrate the concepts in action, and reflection questions lead readers to assess how they can apply these concepts to their own programs. The academic leader is the least studied and most misunderstood management position in America. Demands for accountability and the complexities of higher education leadership are increasing, and institutions need ways to shape leaders at the department chair, dean, and executive levels of all functions and responsibilities. This book provides a road map to an effective development program, whether the goal is to revamp an existing program or build one from the ground up. Readers will learn to: Develop campus leadership programs in a more systematic manner Examine approaches that have been proven effective at other institutions Consider how these approaches could be applied to your institution Give leaders the skills they need to overcome any challenge The field of higher education offers limited opportunity to develop leaders, so institutions must invest in and grow campus leaders themselves. All development programs are not created equal, so it's important to have the most effective methods in place from day one. For the institution seeking a better way to invest in the next generation of campus leaders, Building Academic Leadership Capacity is a valuable resource.
Author: Robert M. HendricksonPublish On: 2013-04-29
A Guide for Trustees, Leaders, and Aspiring Leaders of Two- and Four-Year Institutions Robert M. Hendrickson, ... Identifying and preparing academic leaders (pp. ... In R. M. Diamond (Ed.), Field guide to academic leadership (pp.
Author: Robert M. Hendrickson
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
To meet the new and rapidly changing demands facing today’s higher education managers and leaders – from department chairs to trustees – this book offers guidance on how to effectively discharge their responsibilities and how to develop their skills for managing their relationships with internal and external stakeholders. It also provides a broad understanding of the structure and functions of their institution and of the appropriate loci of decision-making. The authors go beyond the “positions” of leadership to emphasize the qualities of creativity, commitment, collaboration, delegation and courage that are essential to steer a unit, college or university through successful and enduring change Recognizing that the hallmark of higher education in the United States is a diversity of institutional types, this book enables the reader to relate issues of environment, organization and management to his or her specific institution, from not only the presidential perspective, but from the vantage point of trustees, provosts, vice presidents, deans, and department heads. By covering all these functions—as well as the role of external stakeholders—in a single volume, this book offers readers a comprehensive view of how institutions respond to external forces and internal issues, and how these impact organizational structure, functions and decision-making in their roles, and the institution at large. The book is informed by these three essential principles: • Sound institutional decisions must be based on a clearly articulated mission and set of core values; • Successful institutional adaptation to a changed environment must be grounded and aligned with the fundamental mission and core values; and • Successful academic leaders must be able to create and foster partnerships, bringing diverse individuals and interests together around a shared vision and mission grounded in common values. This handbook is divided into five units. The first introduces the reader to the scholarly field of higher education and establishes the contextual framework for the rest of the book. The second investigates the multifaceted and often complex relationships that exist between institutions of higher learning and the external constituencies. The third focuses how college and university presidents and their board of trustees keep an institutional mission focused while adapting to changes in the environment, while the fourth analyzes how colleges and universities fulfill their core mission through shared democratic partnerships. The concluding unit concerns how effective academic leaders implement their institution’s academic mission. Both scholarly and accessible, this book is intended to be of interest to a broad audience, ranging from graduate students in higher education administration programs to members of institutional governing boards, and everyone in leadership positions in between. All of the authors have completed graduate work in a higher education administration program, and collectively have had experience with academic administration at every level through to the university presidency. Two of the authors are currently faculty in leading higher programs teaching classes in administration and organizational theory and have published widely in the scholarly field. One has been a member of a governing board. Study questions suitable for leadership training and graduate courses are provided online. See hot link at top right of this page.
Field Guide to Academic Leadership. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002. Johnson D. W., and Johnson, R. T. Cooperation and Competition: Theory and Research. Edina, Minn.: Interaction, 1989. Kaye, B. L., and Jordon-Evans, S. Love 'Em and ...
Author: James M. Kouzes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Written by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner—two of the foremost experts on the topic of leadership—the Jossey-Bass Academic Administrator's Guide to Exemplary Leadership clearly shows how anyone can develop the key leadership skills needed "to get extraordinary things done" on their campuses. This important resource outlines the principles and practices that are solidly based in more than two decades of quantitative and qualitative research. The Jossey-Bass Academic Administrator's Guide to Exemplary Leadership Describes the proven Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership Explains the fundamental principles that support the key leadership practices Provides actual case examples of real people on college and university campuses who demonstrate each practice Offers specific recommendations on what to do to own these practices Shows how to continue to develop as a leader
A new administrator might refer to this field guide on numerous occa- sions, but need not feel compelled to deal with all topics in it. ... The Director needs to be part of the academic leadership team and demonstrate how the library ...
Author: Bryce Nelson
Publisher: American Library Association
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The daily administration of an academic library often leaves you needing quick advice on the topic at hand. Nelson, an experienced administrator writing from first-hand knowledge, delivers such advice in 30 topical chapters. Each chapter begins with an “Assertion,” a one-sentence summary allowing you to rapidly scan the book and find what you need. When you’re on the job you can dip into this guide for ready-to-use guidance on the full range of administrator responsibilities, such as How to think and act politically Preparing staff for safety and security procedures Influencing student and faculty's perception of the library as a basic component of education Fostering librarians' professional identity as teachers Communicating effectively, from email messages to meetings Assessment and systematic collection of data Commentary sections in each chapter offer observations and interpretation, with abundant examples of useful advice. If you want to dig further into a topic, a Readings section points you to resources. Packed with insight about the day-to-day operations of the academic library, Nelson's guide will be invaluable to new and experienced administrators alike.
This book illustrates how each of these factors contributes to breakthrough gains, and outlines a plan for implementing changes in your own school.
Author: Jean Desravines
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A proven framework for whole-school improvement The School Leadership Playbook is a practical guide for education leaders looking to push their school's and students' achievement to the next level. Developed by renowned leadership preparation program New Leaders, the Transformational Leadership Framework focuses on the five categories that drive a school's success: Learning and Teaching, School Culture, Talent Management, Operations and Systems, and Personal Leadership. This book illustrates how each of these factors contributes to breakthrough gains, and outlines a plan for implementing changes in your own school. You'll learn how to accurately diagnose the current state of your school's academics and culture and create an action plan for the year ahead. The TLF is grounded in the latest research and case studies of the highest-gaining turnaround schools, and shows you the specific actions you can take to attract, retain, and support high-performing teachers; improve school culture; successfully involve parents and the community; and ultimately drive student success. New Leaders developed the UEF to pinpoint what schools achieving significant student academic gains were doing, and how they were doing it. This book provides a practical breakdown of the framework to help you begin leading these changes in your own school. Ensure rigorous goal- and data-driven teaching and learning Build and manage a high-performance faculty aligned to the school's vision Implement effective and efficient operations and systems Model the tone you would like to see from students and teachers school-wide By matching the needs of the school to effective principal actions and school practices, leaders can create a plan for transformational change.
What further research can be done to better assist college and university leaders in making decisions that will lead to student success. ... Diamond (Ed.), Field Guide to Academic Leadership (pp. 3–13). Jossey-Bass.
Author: Miller, Michael T.
Publisher: IGI Global
Higher education has changed significantly over the past 50 years, and the individuals who provide leadership for these institutions has similarly changed. The pathway to the college presidency, once the domain of academic administration, has diversified as an increasing number of development officers, student affairs and enrollment management professionals, and even politicians have become common in the role. It is important to understand who the presidents are in the current environment and the challenges they face. Challenges such as dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, enrollment shortfalls, Title IX, and athletic scandals have risen to the forefront and have contributed to the issues and role of college and university leadership. The Handbook of Research on the Changing Role of College and University Leadership provides important research on the topic of college and university leadership, especially focusing on the changing role of the college president. The chapters discuss college leadership as it is now and how it will evolve into the future. Topics included are the role of the president at various types of universities, their involvement within university functions and activities, and the duties they must carry out and challenges they face. This book is ideal for professionals and researchers working in higher education, including faculty members who specialize in education, public administration, the social sciences, and management, along with teachers, administrators, teacher educators, practitioners, researchers, academicians, and students who are interested in college and university leadership and how this role is transforming.
Judith A. Ramaley, “Moving Mountains: Institutional Culture and Transformational Change,” in Field Guide to Academic Leadership, ed. Robert M. Diamond (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002) 59–73. 8. Stephen Denning, The Springboard: How ...
Author: Jim Kouzes
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
The authors of the classic bestseller The Leadership Challenge bring their expertise to higher education, offering five practices that can make any college or university leader into an exemplary leader. Drawing on the same pioneering research that formed the foundation of their classic bestseller The Leadership Challenge (over 2.7 million copies sold), James Kouzes and Barry Posner offer a set of leadership skills and practices that will make a significant difference in every area of higher education—faculty, administration, library services, career counseling, auxiliary services, campus safety, and more. It's about the behaviors that leaders, regardless of their position, use to transform values into actions, visions into realities, obstacles into innovations, segments into solidarity, and risks into rewards. Kouzes and Posner tell the leadership story from the inside and move outward, describing it first as a personal journey and then as mobilizing others to want to do things they have never done before. The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership is the operating system for this adventure. Leadership in Higher Education explains the fundamental principles that support these practices and provides case examples of people in higher education who demonstrate each one. A core theme that weaves its way through all the chapters is that, whether it's one to one or one to many, leadership is a relationship between those who aspire to lead and those who choose to follow. We need leaders who can unite us and ignite us. This book lights the way.
The Role of the Chief Academic Officer Ann S. Ferren, Wilbur W. Stanton . 2002. Pressures for Fundamental Reform: Creating a Viable Academic Future. In Field Guide to Academic Leadership, ed. Robert M. Diamond, 3—13.
Author: Ann S. Ferren
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
This book is organized around 11 topics, including the skills and personal qualities needed to provide effective academic leadership; strengthening the infrastructure for academic affairs through strategic planning, facilities planning, and technology integration; the importance of developing new resources and linking them to academic priorities; academic entrepreneurship; assessing academic quality and improving programs and services; continuous improvement; the central importance of investing in the faculty; and improving academic decisions. The chief academic officer must be the voice for the campus's academic purposes and a source of energy in supporting the activities of others. Collaboration with colleagues across the institution is key to Ferren and Stanton's approach. Their experiences in administrative roles, ranging from department chair to provost, have provided them with the ability to conduct and utilize many studies, including budget adequacy modeling and salary equity studies. These are issues for which the authors have been responsible for implementation and decision-making, allowing them to understand that collaborative processes and partnerships-such as chairs with deans, deans with vice presidents, faculty with administrators, or the CAO with members of the president's cabinet—are as important as informed decision-making. Because CAOs are less likely to read what business officers and vice presidents for administration read, this book attempts to integrate differing institutional perspectives and explain processes and criteria. CAOs can tailor their decisions to institution circumstances and solve problems with greater insight.
4 There is a National Academy for Academic Leadership, with many reports as well as programs; Faculty Focus, ... ASETHERDSA Conference Proceedings (Toowoomda, Qld, 2000); Robert Diamond, ed., Field Guide to Academic Leadership (San ...
Author: Peter N. Stearns
American higher education is under unprecedented pressure, beginning with the public funding and student debt crises and extending to inadequate performance in student retention and growing global competition. Respected educator and scholar Peter N. Stearns breaks down the underlying problems, exploring the most contentious issues for university leaders and administrators today. Guiding the American University covers the major facets of university operation—administration, faculty, and students—and discusses what should be changed and what should be preserved. Covering major topics for debate and real problems facing American higher education today—including the tenure system, online learning, administrative bloat, and campus culture—this book is a critical resource for aspiring and current higher education administrators. Research-based and stemming from a range of case studies, this book’s insightful and fresh recommendations serve as an important contribution to the conversation on the future of American higher education.
In R. M. Diamond (Ed.), Field guide to academic leadership (pp. 135156). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Erickson, F. (1986). Qualitative methods in research on teaching. In M. C. Wittrock (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching (3rd ed., ...
“Pressures for Fundamental Reform: Creating a Viable Academic Future.” In Field Guide to Academic Leadership, ed. R. Diamond. San Francisco: John Wiley and Sons. Hecht, Irene D., Mary Lou Higgerson, Walter Gmelch, and Alan Tucker. 1999.
Author: Ricardo S. Morse
Category: Business & Economics
This is the best single-source guide to leadership development in the public sector. It offers a wealth of advice for teachers, students, trainers, human resource officers, and established leaders. The all-original chapters include discussions of leadership frameworks, competencies for public leaders for the "new governance," and strategies for senior leaders in government.The book's wide-ranging coverage includes in-depth discussions of specific approaches to learning methods such as action learning and social artistry, as well as presentations of leader development models such as transformational stewardship and global leadership. The contributors present experiences from real-world leadership development programs, and the book situates leader development within the current trends of networks, collaboration, and boundary-crossing work in the public sector.
The leader's window: Mastering the four styles of leadership to build high-performing teams. New York, NY: Wiley. Diamond, R. M. (Ed.). (2002). Field guide to academic leadership. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Glanz, J. (2002).
Author: Jeffrey L. Buller
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The go-to reference for academic leaders seeking practicalanswers to everyday challenges The Essential Academic Dean or Provost explains the "how"of academic leadership, providing a practical, comprehensive,reality-based reference for almost any problem, challenge, oropportunity. This updated second edition includes new chapters onthe difference between leadership and management in highereducation, leadership in politically charged environments,effective strategies for making decisions, and working withassociate deans or provosts, plus new case studies, new research,and ten additional chapters available on the companion website.Each topic deals concisely with the most important informationdeans and provosts need when faced with a particular situation,providing both a comprehensive guide to academic leadership as wellas a ready reference to be consulted as needed. The role of a dean or provost at a modern university isextremely complex, involving budgeting, community relations,personnel decisions, management of a large enterprise, fundraising,and guiding a school, college, or entire institution toward acompelling vision of the future. The details academic leaders haveto deal with are numerous and critical, and every little thingmatters. This invaluable guide provides the answers you need whenyou need them, and gives you framework for successfully navigatingyour job's many competing demands. Build support for a shared vision of the future Interact effectively with different internal and externalconstituencies Learn decision-making techniques specific to the academicenvironment Set, supervise, and implement a budget that allows yourprograms to flourish Academic leaders need a handy, focused reference that providesauthoritative answers to the many issues and questions that ariseevery day. With proven solutions to a multitude of challenges,The Essential Academic Dean or Provost shows academicleaders what they need to know in order to successfully guide theirinstitutions into the future.
In R. M. Diamond & B. Adam (Eds.), Field guide to academic leadership (pp. 257–270). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Thompson, W. B., Vermette, P.J., & Wisniewski, S.A. (2004). Ten cooperative learning activities for the cognitive ...
Author: Dana S. Dunn
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Praise for Using Quality Benchmarks for Assessing and Developing Undergraduate Programs "This welcome volume provides discipline-friendly, carefully crafted frameworks for focusing faculty and staff on the dimensions that matter to student learning and institutional effectiveness." —GEORGE D. KUH, Chancellor's Professor and director, Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Research "A welcome contrast to narrow, mechanical views of assessment, this volume provides a comprehensive model for academic program improvement. Readers will find a powerful framework, flexible tools, and a human touch that brings the whole process to life." —PAT HUTCHINGS, former vice president, The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching "Comprehensive in its scope, detailed in its research and analysis, practical in its examples and recommendations, this book provides a refreshingly developmental approach to program assessment and improvement." —TIMOTHY RIORDAN, associate provost, Alverno College
“Pressures for Fundamental Reform: Creating a Viable Academic Future.” In Field Guide to Academic Leadership, ed. R. M. Diamond, 3–13. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002. Hackman, J. R. “Rethinking Team Leadership or Team Leaders Are Not ...
Author: Richard L. Morrill
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Strategic Leadership addresses deep and continuing issues relating to strategy, governance, management, and leadership in higher education during a period of rapid change. Each of these themes is at the heart of current debates about the capacity of universities to respond to new expectations, market realities, reduced state funding, globalization, technology, and a long list of other challenges. Dealing with these issues can immobilize colleges and universities, or it can cause them to become so market-driven that they will sacrifice their own legacy of academic values. This book places strategic planning in a new conceptual framework that is oriented to interactive leadership rooted in human agency and values. It will assist academic professionals, stakeholders such as trustees, and students of higher education to better understand and use strategic planning as an effective process and as a method of collaborative leadership.
Foundations for Academic Leadership Fritz Deininger, Orbelina Eguizabal. following to implement the change? b. ... How Colleges Work: The Cybernetics of Academic Organization and Leadership. ... Field Guide to Academic Leadership.
Author: Fritz Deininger
Publisher: Langham Publishing
The ICETE Programme for Academic Leadership (IPAL) was officially established in 2010 and arose out of the need to provide training to theological institutions in different regions of the world. IPAL provides a three-year cycle of four-day seminars for the professional development of evangelical academic leaders to help institutions in their pursuit of quality and excellence. This publication is the first of three volumes intended to accompany and support the IPAL seminars as well as independently providing wider access to the principles required by academic leaders for institutional development. Each chapter shares and illustrates the contributors’ expertise in and understanding of education, leadership and administration in the field of evangelical academic institutions. With an intentional awareness of a wide range of non-Western contexts this volume is a much-needed guide for senior administrators around the world.
Still Moving Field Guide "This is the go-to guide for leaders across organisations, no matter what sector, who are facing dilemmas around how to lead change." —Jackie Gittins, Founder, Coach Nudge "This Field Guide consistently and ...
Author: Deborah Rowland
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The companion to the bestselling book on leading change, Still Moving Still Moving Field Guide is a companion to the bestselling Still Moving: How to Lead Mindful Change. Designed as a practical resource, the Field Guide takes the reader on a journey to hone their leadership skills in order to lead change with confidence. Step by step, readers will progress through the Still Moving concepts. New to the guide is the innovative Change Vitality model (an energizing holistic way of leading change) that puts all the Still Moving concepts into one effective picture. The author breaks down each element of the Change Vitality model and explores what the element is, how to recognize it, and why it helps leaders lead change well. The model also shows how to rate your own leadership in a particular skill, and includes tales from the field on putting the skill into action. The guide also contains further reading and resources to help cultivate the skills presented. This important book: Offers a practical guide for developing the change leadership skills outlined in Still Moving Contains application stories with real life leaders in change Presents the Change Vitality model - a new, holistic and research-based framework for how to lead change with greater ease Provides an interactive immersion journey into the Still Moving content Includes spaces for journaling and self-reflection Written for all curious change leaders, change coaches, change consultants, and HR professionals, the Still Moving Field Guide is filled with practical ideas on how to use the Still Moving concepts with yourself, your team, and the wider systems you are seeking to transform.
Robert M. Diamond, ed., Field Guide to Academic Leadership (San Francisco: JoseyBass, 2002). 7. George Kneller, Introduction to the Philosophy of Education (New York: J. Wiley, 1964), 42–46. 8. Wayne Willis, “Liberating the Liberal ...
Author: Timothy Simpson
Publisher: Lexington Books
The Relevance of Higher Education: Exploring a Contested Notion, edited by Timothy L. Simpson, examines the relevance of higher education from diverse disciplinary perspectives to grasp its historical and philosophical assumptions, and its implications for the relationship between higher education and society. As a result of this study, it should be possible to develop a robust understanding of relevance, its impact on higher education and society, and a rich framework for guiding higher education policy.
International Journal of Educational Research, 99, 101502. doi:10.1016/j.ijer.2019.101502 Diamond, R. M. (2002). Field guide to academic leadership (1st ed.). Jossey-Bass. Digman, J. M. (1990). Personality Structure: Emergence of the ...
Author: Freeman, Jerrid P.
Publisher: IGI Global
Based on a structure developed centuries ago, higher education systems are being challenged to alter their landscape and culture. With a rapidly changing knowledge base, job market, and societal and community needs, it is imperative that higher education systems remain adaptive and responsive. However, critical changes must still occur within the higher education system in order to accommodate these new societal needs. Higher Education Response to Exponential Societal Shifts is a critical scholarly publication that provides cutting-edge research on the facilitation of professional growth and commitment to lifelong learning and empowers leaders to be change agents who creatively solve leadership challenges. The book promotes the development of leaders who are committed to service, fairness, equity, and cross-disciplinary collaboration in diverse communities and the global venue and prepares them with the vital knowledge and skills needed to become effective leaders in today’s complex world. Featuring a wide range of topics such as faculty development, accreditation, and higher education, this book is ideal for teachers, deans, chancellors, provosts, academicians, administrators, policymakers, curriculum designers, researchers, and students.