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Reference no. 473-187-1
Authors: M D Stanworth (Further Education Staff College)
Published in: 1973
Length: 4 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

This sequential case series (473-185-1 to 473-187-1) describes some of the problems faced by a newly appointed Principal whose predecessor had adopted an autocratic style to which college staff had become accustomed. Part 1 describes low staff turnover, absenteeism and an unbalanced teaching establishment. Part 2 shows how the Principal handled these problems. This case may be used to illustrate the management of change, especially in relation to personnel policy.
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Abstract

This sequential case series (473-185-1 to 473-187-1) describes some of the problems faced by a newly appointed Principal whose predecessor had adopted an autocratic style to which college staff had become accustomed. Part 1 describes low staff turnover, absenteeism and an unbalanced teaching establishment. Part 2 shows how the Principal handled these problems. This case may be used to illustrate the management of change, especially in relation to personnel policy.

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1961

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