March 19, 2014
For Future College Chiefs, a Challenge to Balance Change and Consensus
Future college presidents will have to rapidly reinvent the institutions they lead while still respecting the often time-consuming process of building consensus across the campus, a panel of leadership experts gathered at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies said on Tuesday.
Finding administrators who can pull off such a balancing act, panelists said, is a pressing challenge that colleges may not be fully prepared to meet.
Michael M. Crow, president of
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