aNow what should I do?a This is a question academic leaders ask themselves with great regularity. As ironic as it may seem, very few academic leaders have had any formal training in academic administration, or in any kind of administration at all. For the most part, academic administrators learn on the job. They also seek advice wherever they can get it. The purpose of this book is to offer such advice. The book is written both for academic administrators at all levels as well as for those who aspire to academic administration.THE PARADOXICAL POWER OF METAPHORS Lakoff and Johnson (1980) describe structural or basic metaphors as presenting one concept ... We often use words such as memory, networks, and processing to describe both the brain and a computer. At the same ... Consider these more recent quotes 100 Pamela Martin Fry.
|Title||:||Academic Leadership in Higher Education|
|Author||:||Robert J. Sternberg, Elizabeth Davis, April C. Mason, Robert V. Smith, Jeffrey S. Vitter, Michele Wheatly|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2015-01-05|