From a mountaintop, we can easily see how the little parts of the world fit perfectly and harmoniously in the total view. Much like a complex puzzle with many pieces, unless we know what the final picture should look like, we scramble, guess, and make many mistakes; until we can finally envision what we are building. Higher education, and its leadership is transitory and involves many complex parts. This paper offers some stakeholder perspectives for academic leaders to ponder, and some possibilities for them to consider.
"Leadership in Higher Education: A View from Below,"
International Journal of Leadership and Change: Vol. 5:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wku.edu/ijlc/vol5/iss1/7