Leadership and Strategic Management in Education

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Tony Bush & Marianne Coleman

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  • About the MBA in Educational Management

    This book, Leadership and Strategic Management in Education, is the reader for one of the core modules of the MBA in Educational Management offered by the EDMU, University of Leicester.

    The other modules in this course are:

    Managing Finance and External Relations

    Human Resource Management in Schools and Colleges

    Managing the Curriculum

    Research Methods in Educational Management

    For further information about the MBA in Educational Management, please contact the EMDU at emdu@le.ac.uk. For further information about the books associated with the course, contact Paul Chapman Publishing at http://www.sagepub.co.uk.

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    The Authors

    Tony Bush and Marianne Coleman both work in the Educational Management Development Unit of Leicester University, based in Northampton.

    Professor Tony Bush is Director of the EMDU. His major publications include: Theories of Educational Management (second edition) (1995), Paul Chapman Publishing; The Principles of Educational Management (1994), with J. West-Burnham, Longman; Managing People in Education (1997), with D. Middlewood, Paul Chapman Publishing; Educational Management: Redefining Theory, Policy and Practice (1999), with L. Bell, R. Bolam, R. Glatter and P. Ribbins, Paul Chapman Publishing.

    Dr Marianne Coleman is a senior lecturer and Director of Distance Learning in the EMDU. Her major publications include: Managing Autonomous Schools: The Grant-Maintained Experience (1993), with T. Bush and D. Glover, Paul Chapman Publishing; Practitioner Research in Education: Making a Difference (1999), with D. Middlewood and J. Lumby, Paul Chapman Publishing; ‘The management style of female headteachers’ (1996), Educational Management and Administration, Vol. 24, no. 2; ‘Barriers to career progress for women in education: the perception of female headteachers’ (1996), Educational Research, Vol. 38, no. 3. ‘The female secondary headteacher in England and Wales: leadership and management styles (2000) Educational Research Vol. 42, no. 1.

    Acknowledgements

    The authors' thanks go to the support staff of the EMDU for all their help and assistance in the completion of the manuscript.

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    Author Index

    • Baldridge, J., Curtis, D., Ecker, G. and Riley G., 44
    • Bass, B. M., 31
    • Bass, B.M. and Avolio, B. J., 23
    • Beare, H., Caldwell, B. and Millikan, R., 11, 22, 27, 34, 42
    • Bern, S. L., 32
    • Bennis, W., 20
    • Bennis, W. and Nanus, B., 10
    • Bjerke, B. and Al-Meer, A., 18
    • Blackmore, J., 31
    • Blake, R. R. and Mouton, J. S., 22
    • Block, P., 10
    • Blum, R. and Butler, J., 10, 40
    • Bolam, R., McMahon, A., Pocklington, K. and Weindling, D., 10
    • Bolman, L. and Deal, T., 4, 39, 45
    • Bottery, M., 25
    • Bowring-Carr, C. and West-Burnham, 1, 66
    • Bridge, W., 69
    • Bryant, M. T., 18, 19
    • Bullock, A. and Thomas, H., 14
    • Bums, J. M., 23
    • Bush, T., 2, 4, 6–9, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45
    • Bush, T., Coleman, M. and Glover, D., 8, 14
    • Bush, T. and West-Burnham, J., 1, 5, 17, 21, 29, 40, 62
    • Caldwell, B. and Spinks, J., 8, 15, 26, 27, 47, 69
    • Capper, C. A. and lamison, M. T., 63
    • CERI, 46
    • Chapman, J., 44
    • Chow, W. S. and Luk, W., 31
    • Coleman, M., 2, 21, 22, 29, 31, 32, 57
    • Coleman, M., Qiang, H. and Li, Y., 30
    • Collins, C. and Porras, J., 12, 13
    • Coopers and Lybrand, 44
    • Cotton, K., 64, 65
    • Coulson, A., 34
    • Creemers, B. P. M. and Reezigt, G. R., 47, 52, 58, 59
    • Culbertson, J., 5
    • Cuthbert, R., 4
    • Cyert, R., 5
    • Davies, B., 67
    • Davies, B. and Ellison, L., 74
    • Davies B. and West-Burnham, J., 62, 67
    • Davies, L., 49, 50, 66
    • Davies, L. and Gunawardena, C., 30
    • Deal, T., 42
    • Dimmock, C., 18, 60
    • Drucker, P. F., 68
    • Duighan, P. A. and Macpherson, R. J. S., 24, 25
    • Earley, P., 69
    • Education Department, Hong Kong, 57
    • Everard, K. and Morris, G., 4, 5, 6, 12, 13
    • Evers, C. and Lakomski, G., 44
    • FEFC, 47, 53, 60, 61
    • FEU, 60, 76
    • Fidler, B., 25
    • Foreman, K., 10, 11, 12, 17
    • Foskett, N., 27
    • Fullan, M., 11, 21
    • Gane, V. and Morgan, A., 30
    • Gaziel, H., 8
    • Glatter, R., 4
    • Glatter, R. and Weindling, D., 10
    • Goldring, E. and Chen, M., 29
    • Goldring, E. and Pasternak, R., 24
    • Grace, G., 26, 35
    • Gray, H., 6
    • Gray, H. L., 32, 33
    • Gray, J., 50, 51
    • Hackett, G., 51, 67
    • Hall, V., 28, 31, 35, 36, 37
    • Hall, V., Mackay, H. and Morgan, D., 36
    • Harber, C. and Davies, L., 18, 21, 26, 46, 49, 51, 52
    • Harbison, R. and Hanushek, E., 52
    • Hardie, B., 73, 74
    • Hargreaves, D., 55, 66
    • Hargreaves, D. and Hopkins, D., 70, 71, 72, 73, 74
    • Harris, A., 58
    • Higher Education Quality Council (HEQC), 61
    • Hofstede, G., 18
    • Hopkins, D., 10, 22, 53, 54, 56, 57, 75
    • House, E., 39
    • Hoyle, E., 4
    • Huberman, M., 58
    • Hughes, M., 36, 38, 39
    • Hughes, M. and Bush, T., 38
    • Hutchinson, B., 75
    • Jayne, E., 75
    • Jennings, Z., 54
    • Jirasinghe, D. and Lyons, G., 31, 32
    • Joyce, B., 56
    • Juran, J., 63
    • Lee, J. C. K. and Walker, A., 59
    • Leithwood, K. A., 22, 23
    • Leithwood, K., Tomlinson, D. and Genge, M., 23, 24
    • Levačić, R., 7, 8, 14, 44
    • Levine, D. and Lezotto, L., 48, 49
    • Lewis, J., 67
    • Limb, A., 12, 14, 69
    • Louis, S. K. and Miles, M. B., 76
    • Lumby, J., 15, 16, 28, 68, 69, 70, 75, 76, 77
    • MacGilchrist, B. and Mortimore, P., 74, 75
    • Marsh, D., 26, 76
    • Marsh, J., 62
    • Middlewood, D. and Lumby, J., 1, 9, 12, 17, 28, 43, 57, 68, 70, 73, 75, 77 Miles, M. B. and Ekholm, M., 53
    • Millet, A., 4
    • Morgan, 39, 44, 45
    • Morgan, C., Hall, V. and Mackay, H., 30
    • Mortimore, P., Sammons, P., Stoll, L., Lewis, D. and Ecob, R., 21, 47, 49, 50, 51
    • Mortimore, P. and Whitty, G., 58
    • Northfield, J., 25
    • OFSTED, 56
    • O'Neill, J., 2, 42
    • Ozga, J., 33
    • Reynolds, D., 47, 49, 51
    • Reynolds, D. and Creemers, B., 47
    • Reynolds, D., Hopkins, D. and Stoll, L., 53
    • Reynolds, D., Sammons, P., Stoll, L., Barber, M. and Hillman, J., 48, 51, 53
    • Riley, K., 64
    • Rosenholtz, S. J., 49
    • Rutter, M., Maughan, N., Mortimore, P. and Ouston, J., 47
    • Sammons, P., Hillman, J. and Mortimore, P., 47, 48
    • Sammons, P., Thomas, S., Mortimore, P., Owen, C., Pennell, H. and Hillman, J., 3, 47, 50, 51, 52
    • Schein, V. E., 22, 23
    • Schmuck, P., 29, 30
    • Schon, D. A., 19, 20
    • Sealy, G., 21
    • Sergiovanni, T. J., 20, 25, 26
    • Shakeshaft, C., 32, 33
    • Shaw, K. E., Badrik, A. A. M. A. and Hukul, A., 46
    • Simkins, T., Garrett, V., Memon, M. and Ali, R. N., 35
    • Sisum, C., 65
    • Skelton, M., Reeves, G. and Playfoot, D., 71
    • Smith, D. and Tomlinson, D., 47
    • Smith, R. E., 35
    • Steyn, G. M. and Squelch, J., 27, 36
    • Stoll, L. and Fink, D., 49, 50, 54, 56
    • Stott, K. and Walker, A., 13
    • Tannenbaum, R. and Schmidt, W. H., 22
    • Taylor, A. and Hill, F., 63
    • Teddlie, C. and Stringfield, S., 49
    • Thomas, H. and Martin, J., 8
    • Torrington, D. and Weightman, J., 21, 42
    • ITA, 28, 36
    • Walberg, H., 49
    • Walker, A. and Cheng, Y. C., 23
    • Wallace, M., 16, 76
    • Wallace, M. and Hall, V., 42
    • Weindling, D., 68
    • West-Burnham, J., 1–2, 5, 12, 15–17, 25, 29, 61–3, 68–9
    • West-Burnham, J., Bush, T., O'Neill, J. and Glover, D., 63
    • Wong, E. K. P., Sharpe, F. and McCormick, J., 15, 16, 41
    • Yair, G., 50

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