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What’s AHEAD Poll Results—Higher Education Leaders: What Institutional Decisions Do They Influence?

The most recent Penn AHEAD poll sheds light on the perceived influence of higher education leaders on vari­ous areas of decision making in higher education. Higher education leaders believe that they influence institutional decisions in a number of areas, including the appointment of senior management, personnel policies, budget, and information dissemination.

Higher education leaders believe that they influence institutional decisions in a number of areas, including the appointment of senior management, personnel policies, budget, and information dissemination. The area most often cited by higher education leaders as being under their sphere of influence is institutional strategy. The area cited least often is research priorities.

Click here to review the results and commentary. This What’s AHEAD poll is the fifth in a series of polls focusing on the important issues facing higher education.

Higher education leaders believe that they influence institutional decisions in a number of areas, including the appointment of senior management, personnel policies, budget, and information dissemination. The area most often cited by higher education leaders as being under their sphere of influence is institutional strategy. The area cited least often is research priorities.

Click here to review the results and commentary. This What’s AHEAD poll is the fifth in a series of polls focusing on the important issues facing higher education.