The article offers information on the jobs of business school deans in Great Britain. According to a survey of deans conducted by the Association of Business Schools, effective deans need resolve conflict and deal with issues face-to-face. It says that they try to be selective about which meetings they attended and are appointed to support others' talents and ensure the accomplishment of their works. It adds that they often encounter dilemmas between spending time and energy on operations.
Business schools, deans, university administration, United Kingdom
Business | Higher Education
Strategy and Organisation
Global Focus: The EFMD Business Magazine
European Foundation for Management Development
DAVIES, Julie and THOMAS, Howard.
What do Deans do?. (2010). Global Focus: The EFMD Business Magazine. 4, (1), 44-47. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/lkcsb_research/3815
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