Creativity and the Governance of Universities: Encounters of the Third Kind

  title={Creativity and the Governance of Universities: Encounters of the Third Kind},
  author={Gili S. Drori},
  journal={European Review},
  pages={S100 - S113}
Discussions of creativity and university governance often conflate multiple kinds of creativity–governance relations. Focusing on the ‘third kind’ of creativity–governance relations in universities, I discuss the role of creativity in prospecting governance models. In other words, this paper focuses on the methods for creatively seeking (third kind) creative governance models (second kind) that foster academic creativity (first kind). I argue that the methods of prospecting governance models… Expand
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