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  • On the path to a successful presidency, multitasking is a detour

    The Chronicle of Higher Education - 06/04/2017

    Both reports address two central concerns: how we will ensure that systems for preparing future presidents will produce sufficient numbers of appropriately skilled candidates, and what skills will be required for success in this position as demands on the presidency change. From Richard Freeland’s perspective as a scholar of the academic presidency and the president of Northeastern University for 10 years, the reports make valuable contributions with respect to the first concern and are seriously misguided with regard to the second.

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