Delegating Up

One of the lessons learned by many academic leaders is that all the insight and guidance provided by management books written for the corporate world don’t really work very well in an academic setting. The authors of these books often assume a rigid hierarchy, where a supervisor functions as a traditional boss and the person being supervised functions as a traditional employee.

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