The Academic Chair: Achieving Success in a Rapidly Evolving Health-Care Environment: AOA Critical Issues.

@article{Salazar2018TheAC,
  title={The Academic Chair: Achieving Success in a Rapidly Evolving Health-Care Environment: AOA Critical Issues.},
  author={Dane H. Salazar and James H. Herndon and Thomas Parker Vail and Joseph D. Zuckerman and Richard H. Gelberman},
  journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume},
  year={2018},
  volume={100 20},
  pages={
          e133
        }
}
There is a growing consensus that an accomplished curriculum vitae and prior achievement as an academician may not correlate with success as a chairperson of a contemporary academic orthopaedic department. As surgeons, formal professional education, research expertise, and clinical experience often are inadequate to foster the necessary skills and experience in executive leadership, change management, business administration, and strategy. The recruiting and hiring processes to fill academic… CONTINUE READING

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