Planning for Higher Education Journal

Who Will Lead Higher Education’s Transformation?

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From Volume 26 Number 1 | Fall 1997
By James L. Fisher

Colleges and universities must respond and respond swiftly to the array of pressures and concerns, both internal and external, with which they are now faced. But who will carry out the necessary reforms? Contends that the greatest barrier to such reform is shared governance, and that campuses must return to "first principles" of higher education leadership, which recognize the president as chief transformational leader and the faculty as consultants, not equal players, in the management of an institution.

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