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Volume IV: What works, what matters, what lasts
Lessons learned from the work of leaders
April 2, 2004
- Advancing the Momentum Toward Reform
Jeanne L. Narum
- A current challenge is to move the initiative of reform from the heart and mind of an individual agent of change into the formal policies and practices of an institution.
- Leaders: Lessons learned
- The new PKAL steering committee, together with advisors and staff, met to distill their experiences as leaders, establishing a foundation for a more intense focus on leadership development.
- Creating Something New: A Leader's Perspective
Jeanne L. Narum
- Undergraduate Natural Science Communities, 1995. It is not individuals who determine curriculum or the institutional structure, it is the faculty and administrators as a whole community. When reforms are one-person projects, change is not sustainable.
- A PKAL essay: Guidelines for effective collaborations
- Undergraduate Natural Science Communities, 1995. It is important when committees are established to tackle critical issues, there are common expectations within the group as to how the committee will function.
- Developing Institutional Leaders
- Specific examples are presented from a wide range of campuses about how senior administrators establish formal and informal policies and programs to identify and nurture leaders within their faculty.
- A resource: The essence of leadership in one minute's reading
- The essence of leadership is distilled into eight attitudes that are indispensible to the management of complexity.