University Leadership: Approaches, Formation and Challenges by Michael O’Mullane (auth.)

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A university has inputs from its environment. , New or Adapted knowledge) Other sub-systems Simplified university open organisational system Source: Adapted and modified from O’Mullane, M. J. ‘Corporate Governance and Organizational Leadership’: Proceedings of the European Academy of Management (EURAM 2004) Conference, held 5–8 May 2004, St Andrews, Scotland. 33 34 University Leadership could be indirect and voluntary, such as, societal expectations for universities to exist in principle and offer courses, and undertake research; or inputs could come from a general immersion within the values and attitudes of society and its institutions, such as, the individual professions, and the family for universities to promote honesty, ethical decisions, and respect for choices of different ethnic groups.

J. ‘Corporate Governance and Organizational Leadership’: Proceedings of the European Academy of Management (EURAM 2004) Conference, held 5–8 May 2004, St Andrews, Scotland. 33 34 University Leadership could be indirect and voluntary, such as, societal expectations for universities to exist in principle and offer courses, and undertake research; or inputs could come from a general immersion within the values and attitudes of society and its institutions, such as, the individual professions, and the family for universities to promote honesty, ethical decisions, and respect for choices of different ethnic groups.

Some structural forms of leadership, particularly hierarchical ones, could be interpreted as interference in individual or group academic freedom conventions. In contrast, successful leadership in non-university organisations may be judged on the effectiveness of the influence on others to perform in certain ways, which is an intervention. In a performance management approach, leaders in a non-university organisation might be judged as unsuccessful if their ‘influence’ on ‘followers’ was not effective.

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