Academic deans are expected now more than ever to push their schools to evolve. They need to develop a vision, motivate the faculty, transform the curriculum, manage resources, and raise funds. Sometimes their jobs become even larger than that, as happened at the University of Missouri, where deans worked behind the scenes to remove the university’s leader. This 28-page collection offers insights into how deans handle all the demands on them.
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