Tapping into her favorite movie lines, K. Johnson Bowles offers advice for the new administrator.
A college leader can gain not only new knowledge but important perspective, writes Michael J. Sorrell.
Robert Greim describes how his graduate cohort helped themselves and other future academics by creating a student organization.
Colleges -- especially those facing major financial difficulties -- need leaders who can craft a vision as well as carry it out, write Yoram and Edith Neumann.
Eli Jones shares advice on how to avoid common pitfalls.
Lucy Leske considers the errors that she sees derail candidacies of good people for leadership jobs in higher ed.
The role of the chief business officer is changing (and expanding) dramatically, and current and prospective CBOs must broaden their skills and approaches, write Thomas Ayers and Karen Goldstein.
Terri E. Givens describes her decision, six years after returning to a faculty job, to become a provost.
Susan Henking wonders if it's possible to be a college president and speak truth to power.
Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt writes that it's important for faculty members to consider and go after jobs as administrators.