What makes shared governance work? An Australian perspective
Currie, J. (2005) What makes shared governance work? An Australian perspective. Academe, 91 (3). pp. 20-23.
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Despite tremendous social and economic challenges, collegiality can persist if a leader believes in shared governance and gains the trust of the university community. Correspondingly, academics have to be active participants in governance.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||Centre for Social and Community Research|
|Publisher:||American Association of University Professors|
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