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IT Leadership Development: The University of Kansas Mentoring Program
Tuesday, April 27, 2004
This research bulletin explores a key finding of the 2004 ECAR study, Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education: The Condition of the Community, that indicates that mentoring makes a difference for successful IT leaders. To gain further perspective on this issue, ECAR conducted a case study of a University of Kansas Information Services mentoring program focused specifically on women in information systems management. This program and the principles that underlie it apply to other institutions of higher education.