Organizational, financial, and environmental factors influencing deans' tenure.

@article{Levin1998OrganizationalFA,
  title={Organizational, financial, and environmental factors influencing deans' tenure.},
  author={Ronald Levin and K J Bhak and Emmanuel Moy and Ernest Valente and Paul F. Griner},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={1998},
  volume={73 6},
  pages={640-4}
}
At a time when continuity of leadership in medical schools is most crucial, the tenures of deans continue to decrease. In the present study of factors influencing the tenures of 382 U.S. medical school deans from 1985 to 1994, the authors focused on issues that were likely to have had a greater impact on deans' tenures in recent years. They assumed that longer tenures are associated with less complex organizational factors and more stable environmental factors. Conversely, they assumed that… CONTINUE READING

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