The essential elements of shared governance have been well described.
Only through adherence to true shared governance will the MD Anderson leadership attain its goals of continued greatness.
Hiring outside lawyers to adjudicate disputes with faculty conflicts the lawyers and the administration.
At MD Anderson, work has become a four-letter word.
A “Deep Throat”-like faculty member alerts me to major problems.
The Faculty Senate is the last, best hope.
The missing ingredient in most leaders.
Gorbachev’s principles are good for any organization.
No politics. Just joy.
When leadership comes off the rails, it’s hard to keep the faith.