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Bogue, E. Grady – Praeger, 2007
Written for college leaders at all levels as well as for trustees, this book engages the reader, via narrative and analysis, with the reflective and the practical knowledge essential to a constructive legacy. Leaders of colleges and universities hold in trust an enterprise of complex mission, governance, and outcome. Most will take office with…
Descriptors: Leadership, Leadership Effectiveness, Ethics, Altruism
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Bogue, E. Grady; Johnson, Betty Dandridge – Higher Education Management and Policy, 2010
The allocation of funds to public colleges based on performance criteria rather than activity or enrolment criteria is often described as performance funding. In the United States, performance funding policies have become a frequently used instrument of higher education accountability. The history of such policies, however, is a complex one, with…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Public Colleges, Accountability, Performance
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Bogue, E. Grady – Innovative Higher Education, 2006
American higher education is an enterprise of complex heritage, mission, and governance culture--an enterprise expected to serve as both cultural curator and cultural critic. Contemporary issues such as the call for accountability and the pressure of marketplace ideology present colleges and universities with a possible breakpoint change moment in…
Descriptors: Leadership, Ideology, Administrators, Philosophy
Bogue, E. Grady – Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, 2006
Demands for public accountability have built to a crescendo over the past several decades, driving home the fact that governing boards have premier responsibility as guardians of a college or university's performance. But to what extent do higher education's many stakeholders hold common perspectives on the definition and purpose of…
Descriptors: Governing Boards, Trustees, Accountability, Trust (Psychology)
Bogue, E. Grady; Aper, Jeffery – 2000
This book seeks to describe broadly some of the important historic movements in the evolution of American higher education, and to explore some of its major philosophical principles and traditions, as a way to understand the issues that currently challenge higher education and to examine current efforts for reform and renewal. The book's 10…
Descriptors: Accountability, College Athletics, College Faculty, College Students
Bogue, E. Grady – Trusteeship, 1998
College faculty, administrators, and trustees must abandon the posture of blame and advance to shared responsibility. But they must confront two uncomfortable truths: some academics may not be able to sever self-interest in order to develop a new strategic vision, and trustees and public officials may be unwilling to examine expensive programs…
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Administrator Role, College Administration, College Faculty
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Bogue, E. Grady – New Directions for Institutional Research, 1998
Discussion of quality assurance in colleges and universities looks at theories and definitions of quality; four approaches to quality (traditional peer review, the assessment-and-outcomes movement, the Total Quality Management movement, and accountability and performance indicator reporting); the moral and ethical dimensions of quality; and ideals…
Descriptors: Accountability, College Administration, College Environment, College Outcomes Assessment
Fincher, Cameron; Keller, George; Bogue, E. Grady; Thelin, John R. – 2001
This compendium by four professors and longtime students of higher education lists what they regard as 100 of the most influential books about U.S. colleges and universities in the 20th century, although they cannot be considered "the" classics. Following the annotated list, these essays provide commentary: (1) The Changing World of Books about…
Descriptors: Books, Colleges, Higher Education, Literature
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Bogue, E. Grady – 1980
A performance funding policy adopted in Tennessee in 1979, which recognizes and rewards instructional performance through the state funding formula, is described. The schedule permits institutions to earn an additional 2 percent of their educational and general appropriations based on an evaluation of institutional instructional performance on…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Accountability, Educational Assessment, Educational Finance
Bogue, E. Grady – 1994
This book outlines qualities of higher education institutional leadership and discusses how college administrators may bring about effective leadership based on honor, dignity, curiosity, candor, compassion, courage, excellence, and service. The chapters each describe and discuss one of the leadership ideals. Their titles are: "The Call of…
Descriptors: Administrative Principles, Administrator Characteristics, Administrator Effectiveness, Administrator Responsibility
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Bogue, E. Grady – New Directions for Institutional Research, 1983
Ideas and experiences to improve the art of influence with state agencies are provided. College presidents and institutional research officers were interviewed. The role of state agencies' future issues that may affect campus and state agency relationships are examined. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Administration, Community Involvement, Cooperation, Educational Policy
Bogue, E. Grady – National Forum: Phi Kappa Phi Journal, 1982
Administration is a "performing art" whose trust is the orchestration of talent. Colleges and universities do not exist to be administered, but those who teach and learn can be impeded or encouraged by the quality of administration at every point, from department to institution. The two guiding principles in administration are purpose and…
Descriptors: Accountability, College Administration, College Role, Educational Objectives
Bogue, E. Grady – International Journal of Institutional Management in Higher Education, 1982
Questions of college performance in the United States are inevitably answered in terms of numbers rather than performance. A Tennessee policy links two percent of state funding to outcomes rather than size. The policy has major implications for funding and performance in colleges and other service-oriented institutions. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Accountability, Evaluation Criteria, Higher Education
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Bogue, E. Grady – New Directions for Institutional Research, 1980
With artistic leadership, state agency roles can complement those of institutions and their governing boards, enhancing the renewal function of program evaluation and ensuring that evaluation centers on the improvement of educational effectiveness. (Author)
Descriptors: Academic Education, Agency Role, Case Studies, College Curriculum
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Bogue, E. Grady – Educational Record, 1978
An administrator with a hybrid disposition, part scholar and part riverboat gambler, may serve more effectively than either model alone, suggests this executive of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. Many academic administrators try to live by common sense, which is often yesterday's heresy. (Author/LBH)
Descriptors: Administration, Administrator Responsibility, Administrator Role, College Administration
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