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Issues and Trends in Higher Education

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Interactive Workshop (105 minute solution-based workshop)

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Faculty members, administrators and board members often view shared governance differently. As a result, shared governance is not effective at many institutions. This session explores the barriers to shared governance, how to remove these barriers and arrive at a common definition of shared governance that helps institutions move from shared governance to shared responsibility and accountability.

Keywords

Shared Governance, Faculty Governance, Accountability, Faculty Administration Relations

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Shared Governance: Dividing Territories or Aligning Priorities.

Faculty members, administrators and board members often view shared governance differently. As a result, shared governance is not effective at many institutions. This session explores the barriers to shared governance, how to remove these barriers and arrive at a common definition of shared governance that helps institutions move from shared governance to shared responsibility and accountability.