Head of department: principles in practice
This book explores the actual and potential role of Heads of Department. Analysis of such problematic areas as the management of resources and managing the curriculum leads to clear-sighted, practical suggestions which will be invaluable to current Heads of Department and those considering such posts.
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Your organization and your place in it
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