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doc é Presidencies Derailed Read Å Stephen Joel Trachtenberg ã ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Presidencies Derailed: Why University Leaders Fail and How to Prevent It By Stephen Joel Trachtenberg ❤ – Dcmdirect.co.uk How do some university presidents lose their way and why are their conseuential Ege leadership can forestall if not prevent future leadership failures Former university president Stephen Joel Trachtenberg along with professor Gerald B Kauvar and former chancellor E Grady Bogue organize classify and explain patterns of l Trachtenberg's Presidencies Derailed is essential reading for presidents those who wish to become campus presidents and the trustees who hire and review their campus executives

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Eadership failures drawing on firsthand testimonies from derailed university presidents sixteen case studies in four sectors of higher education and reviews of the scholarly literature on leadership failures in the public and private sectors Very good book The authors actually talk about dysfunctional boards one of the best kept secrets in higher educationGreat information A must read for all presidents and especially board chairsWell done

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Presidencies Derailed Why University Leaders Fail and How to Prevent ItHow do some university presidents lose their way and why are their conseuential dismissals given so much media attention?Presidencies Derailed is the first book to explore in depth why university presidencies fail and how university and coll Although its cover is a touch melodramatic something Steve Trachtenberg and his colleague writers probably didn't select the book is timely and terrific It's exceptionally well conceived written and useful packed as it is with good advice for all incumbent and would be chief executives The authors recognize that that the seemingly high incidence of turnover in the academic presidency is prevalent in all sectors of the economy in all sectors of not for profit and investor owned enterprises Although the presidencies of twenty and years are rare indeed today across all kinds od organizations turnover rates have not changed very much in the past two or three decades Being president of anything these days seems to be very difficult to sustain much past the ten year mark Sustaining effective leadership especially in the same organization is beyond the reach of most of us Especially useful and interesting in this little volume is how the reasons for falling off the track are categorized For many readers who are new to their presidencies or about to enter them it could save them from falls from graceMy only surprise and disappointment is why Trachtenberg refers to one failed president at the University of Hawaii some years back as a victim rather than as a maker of his own demise For one huge example of misplaced judgment this short lived public university president actually thought it appropriate to publically support one of the candidates then running for governor He lost too