Article Faculty and presidential perceptions of comprehensive change are not always as different as you would suspect. Pull quotes: "The most agreed-upon source of high pressure compelling institutions to undertake comprehensive change, as reported by both faculty and presidents, came from presidents and cabinets." "Who is in charge? Who does what? The more interesting, and possibly more important, question might be, who thinks who is supposed to do what?" "This study shows that presidents and faculty agree more often than the conventional wisdom would suggest."
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