Cultural Leadership: Inside America's Community Colleges
Contending that the relationship between leadership and the creation and management of institutional culture is critical to the future success of community colleges, this book explores theory, research, and practice associated with this perspective. The following chapters are provided: (1) "Creative Cultures: Toward a New Paradigm," by George A. Baker, III; (2) "Community College Climate: The Signature of a Movement," by Baker; (3) "Creating, Managing, and Transforming Community College Culture: Presidential Perspectives," by Charlotte Biggerstaff; (4) "Culture and Communication," by Tessa Martinez Tagle; (5) "Empowering the Leadership Team," by Mary Ann Roe; (6) "Instructional Leadership: Building a Culture of Excellence in the Teaching-Learning Community," by Rosemary Gillett-Karam and Eli Pena; (7) "An Organizational Culture Consciously Shaped To Foster Creativity and Innovation," by Michele Nelson; (8) "Cultural Leadership: The Founder," by Phyllis Barber; (9) "Cultural Leadership: The Successor," by Barber; (10) "Culture, Leadership, and Organizational Systems," by G. Allan Clark; and (11) "The Future of the Community College in Evolution: Approaches to Analysis of Organizational Culture and Functioning," by Baker. A 286-item bibliography is included. (MPH)
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