The Dean's Disease: How the Darker Side of Power Manifests Itself in the Office of Dean

@article{Bedeian2002TheDD,
  title={The Dean's Disease: How the Darker Side of Power Manifests Itself in the Office of Dean},
  author={A. Bedeian},
  journal={Academy of Management Learning and Education},
  year={2002},
  volume={1},
  pages={164-173}
}
  • A. Bedeian
  • Published 2002
  • Political Science
  • Academy of Management Learning and Education
The article discusses how the darker side of power manifests itself in the specific office of dean. Commentators since the time of Greek dramatist Sophocles have noted that the exercise of power of... 
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