Table of contents for Field guide to academic leadership / Robert M. Diamond, editor ; Bronwyn Adam, assistant editor.

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National Academy for Academic Leadership.
The Authors.
To the Reader.
PART ONE: Basics.
CHAPTER 1: Pressures for Fundamental Reform: Creating a Viable Academic Future (ALAN E. GUSKIN, MARY B. MARCY).
CHAPTER 2: Requisites for Sustainable Institutional Change (ROBERT M. DIAMOND, LION F. GARDINER, DANIEL W. WHEELER).
PART TWO: Leadership.
CHAPTER 3: Leadership and Change (DALE W. LICK).
CHAPTER 4: Mission and Vision Statements: An Essential First Step (WILLIAM G. TIERNEY).
CHAPTER 5: Moving Mountains: Institutional Culture and Transformational Change (JUDITH A. RAMALEY).
CHAPTER 6: Building on Style for More Effective Relationships and Results (ROBERT M. DIAMOND, CHARLES M. SPUCHES).
PART THREE: Academics.
CHAPTER 7: Research on Learning and Student Development and Its Implications (LION F. GARDINER).
CHAPTER 8: Student Development: Monitoring the Quality of Learning and Development (LION F. GARDINER).
CHAPTER 9: Curricula and Courses: Administrative Issues (ROBERT M. DIAMOND).
CHAPTER 10: Teaching Strategies for the Twenty-First Century (JAMES EISON).
CHAPTER 11: Technology in the Learning Process (WALLACE HANNUM).
CHAPTER 12: Improving Academic Advising: Issues and Action Areas for Campus Leaders (FRANKLIN P. WILBUR).
CHAPTER 13: Faculty Development: An Investment for the Future (MARILLA SVINICKI).
PART FOUR: Assessment.
CHAPTER 14: Evaluation and Assessment: An Institutional Context (MICHAEL THEALL).
CHAPTER 15: Academic Program Review (JON F. WERGIN).
CHAPTER 16: Leadership in Faculty Evaluation (MICHAEL THEALL).
CHAPTER 17: The Mission-Driven Faculty Reward System (ROBERT M. DIAMOND).
PART FIVE: Other Issues.
CHAPTER 18: Supportive Financial Systems 295
CHAPTER 19: Enhancing Student Learning Through Collaboration Between Academic Affairs and Student Affairs (GEORGE D. KUH, SARA E. HINKLE).
CHAPTER 20: Dealing with Technology: Administrative Issues (STEVEN W. GILBERT, STEPHEN C. EHRMANN).
CHAPTER 21: Diversity Issues (JOSEPH H. SILVER, SR.).
PART SIX: Position-Specific Issues for Academic Leaders.
CHAPTER 22: The Role of Governing Boards: Issues, Recommendations, and Resources.
CHAPTER 23 Creating Change: Suggestions for the New President (KENNETH A. SHAW).
CHAPTER 24: Transforming the Small College: A Challenge for Presidential Leadership (EUGENE HOTCHKISS).
CHAPTER 25: Presidents and Chief Academic Officers of Community Colleges (LOUIS S. ALBERT).
CHAPTER 26: Chief Academic Officers (LEO M. LAMBERT).
CHAPTER 27: Academic Deans (DERYL R. LEAMING).
CHAPTER 28: Chairs as Institutional Leaders (DANIEL W. WHEELER).
PART SEVEN: Conclusion.
CHAPTER 29: Some Final Observations (ROBERT M. DIAMOND).
Appendix: Participants at Minnowbrook Conferences.
Glossary of Academic Terms.
Name Index.
Subject Index.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Universities and colleges United States Administration Handbooks, manuals, etc, Educational leadership United States Handbooks, manuals, etc