Notes

Introduction

1. Gregg and Stoner (2008).

2. Purdy and Lawless (2012).

3. Porras and Collins (1997).

4. Posner, Kouzes, and Schmidt (1985); Nohria and Ghoshal (1994); Bowen, Ledford, and Nathan (1991).

Chapter 1

1. Sztompka (2002), pp. 202–203.

2. Stachowicz-Stanusch (2009), p. 11.

3. I am fully aware that there are different types of institutions of higher education: “two-year junior colleges, community colleges, privately endowed colleges and universities, state colleges and universities, military academies, seminaries for religious studies, professional schools (law, medicine, nursing, etc.), and postdoctoral institutes for advanced study.” (Source: Robinson and Moulton (2005)). However, following this book, there are used notions such ...

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