The Dilemmas of Participative Management of a University

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The group developed initiatives that differed so much from President Brittle’s expectations because President Brittle did not give them an orientation. Instead she placed a group of departmental professionals together and asked them to “design a series of strategic initiatives for the school that both capitalize on the existing strengths and that are responsive to emerging social trends.”

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November 9, 2010The Dilemmas of Participative Management of a University The group developed initiatives that differed so much from President Brittle's expectations because President Brittle did not give them an orientation. Instead she placed a group of departmental professionals together and asked them to "design a series of strategic initiatives for the school that both capitalize on the existing strengths and that are responsive to emerging social trends." (Organizational Communication, 2010, pg216) In my opinion that was not enough information for the team to work with. She should ha

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