LEADING THE AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY: CONDITIONING FACTORS AND CULTURE OF ORGANISATIONS IN THE UK, UKRAINE AND OTHER EUROPEAN CONTEXTS

  • Myroslava Hladchenko National University of Life and Environmental Sciences, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Ian McNay Center for Leadership and Entrepreneurship, University of Greenwich, United Kingdom

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LEADING THE AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY: CONDITIONING FACTORS AND CULTURE OF ORGANISATIONS IN THE UK, UKRAINE AND OTHER EUROPEAN CONTEXTS

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2015-12-24
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Hladchenko, M., & McNay, I. (2015). LEADING THE AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY: CONDITIONING FACTORS AND CULTURE OF ORGANISATIONS IN THE UK, UKRAINE AND OTHER EUROPEAN CONTEXTS. International Scientific Journal of Universities and Leadership, (1), 7-14. Retrieved from https://ul-journal.org/index.php/journal/article/view/1
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL OF UNIVERSITIES