Leadership in an Academic Setting: A View From the Top

Thomas A. Wright and Andrew J. Wefald, all of Kansas State University, published “Leadership in an Academic Setting: A View From the Top” on December 12th, 2011 in the Journal of Management Inquiry.To view other OnlineFirst articles, please click here.

The abstract:

The role of a university president is becoming ever more complex, challenging, and demanding. Successful presidents have to wear multiple hats, be adept at a number of different job skills, and be willing to work very long hours. Providing insights and up-close experiences from his 23-year tenure as Kansas State University President, Jon Wefald provides an interesting and provocative Meet the Person discussion for the Journal of Management Inquiry readership.

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