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ERIC Number: ED102695
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Feb
Pages: 11
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Building the Administrative Team.
Coburn, James L.
In order to be effective, management concepts must be taught to all members of the management team. Team members must learn that they are truly interdependent and must develop a strong interrelationship based on mutual respect for each other's expertise and point of view. Team management is beginning to develop when each member displays complete participation and involvement. Team members must be taught various styles or management, and each member should develop a model style to emulate. The Blake and Mouton Management Grid can be an effective tool for referring to various management styles. Once a management team has been developed, it should evaluate school programs and attempt to close the gap between what a school is and what it should be. Members of an effective administrative team will work collectively to help all individuals within the school to be productive. (Author/JG)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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