Strategic Leadership as a Tool for Growth, Mission Alignment and Long-term Stability

Teaching Ethics 21 (2):187-197 (2021)
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This article provides guidance and rationales for managing transitions within ethics centers as directors and staff are hired. The structures that reinforce the mission and ensures that the center continues to provide benefit to the community requires delicate strategizing among campus and community constituencies. The principles and practices that serve as a best-practices management approach are articulated within this article.



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