WHO’S A COLLEAGUE? PROFESSIONALIZING ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP AS A PLATFORM FOR REDEFINING COLLEGIALITY

Ravit Mizrahi-Shtelman, Gili S. Drori

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Abstract

The study discusses the professionalization of academic leadership in Israel by analyzing and comparing two different training programs: the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s (HUJI) program and the CHE-Rothschild program. The HUJI program began in 2016 to train the professoriate to take charge of leadership positions alongside a separate program for administrative staff, while the CHE-Rothschild program was launched in 2019 to train academic leaders, both professors and administrators from universities and colleges nationwide. The analysis reveals two “ideal types” of collegiality: While Model A (exemplified by the HUJI program) bifurcates between the professoriate and administrative staff, Model B (exemplified by the CHE-Rothschild program) binds administrative and academic staff members through course composition, pedagogy, and content.

Original languageAmerican English
Title of host publicationResearch in the Sociology of Organizations
PublisherEmerald Publishing
Pages111-136
Number of pages26
DOIs
StatePublished - 12 Dec 2023

Publication series

NameResearch in the Sociology of Organizations
Volume87
ISSN (Print)0733-558X

Bibliographical note

Publisher Copyright:
© 2024 by Ravit Mizrahi-Shtelman and Gili S. Drori. Published under exclusive licence by Emerald Publishing Limited. These works are published under the Creative Comm.

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