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Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education: The Condition of the Community

Thursday, February 19, 2004

Abstract

Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education: The Condition of the Community reports the results of a quantitative survey of 1,850 IT leaders and professionals at 765 higher education institutions in the United States and Canada. The study examines the general demographics, job mobility, and leadership styles of these IT leaders and professionals, as well as the characteristics of higher education work environments, the innovation climate in central IT organizations, respondents' perceptions of IT effectiveness at their institutions, and the possible shape of the future of this professional community.

Table of Contents
Entire Study Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education: The Condition of the Community
  Foreword
Ch. 1 Executive Summary
Ch. 2 Introduction
Ch. 3 Methodology
Ch. 4 Work Environment
Ch. 5 Workforce Mobility
Ch. 6 IT Leadership Style
Ch. 7 Innovation Climate
Ch. 8 The Senior-most IT Leaders
Ch. 9 Perceptions of IT Effectiveness
Ch. 10 The Future of the IT Community in Higher Education
Appendix Interviewees in Qualitative Research
Case Studies
Reflections on Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education
Online Supporting Materials
Survey Instrument
Key Findings

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