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Six Questions for Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation in Distance Education
Kimmel Education and Research Center - Faculty & Staff Publications
  • Connie I Reimers-Hild, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • James W. King, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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Institutions offering distance education courses and programs may benefit by encouraging administrators, faculty, staff and students to be more entrepreneurial. Organizational cultures designed to support this type of environment are characterized by entrepreneurial leadership, innovation and change. This article provides information on how distance education institutions can incorporate entrepreneurial leadership and innovation into their organizations. Six questions for administrators of distance education to consider are presented in an effort to provoke discussion and thought on the importance of incorporating entrepreneurial leadership and innovation throughout distance education organizations.
Citation Information
Connie I Reimers-Hild and James W. King. "Six Questions for Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation in Distance Education" (2009)
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