Discover the non-traditional leadership techniques that took the University of Idaho from insolvency to international renown
In University President’s Crisis Handbook, the President of the University of Idaho, C. Scott Green, and author Temple Kinyon deliver a one-of-a-kind perspective on managing universities through periods of intense turmoil and difficulty. The book offers in-depth managerial insights into the three strategic pillars and industry expert guidance that helped Green shepherd the University of Idaho through years of deep deficits and the COVID-19 pandemic.
You’ll find comprehensive discussions of how the university achieved financial solvency, soaring enrollments, record research awards, and record fundraising amid extraordinary challenges. You’ll also discover:
- Explorations of the strategic touchstones leading to U of I’s transformation: student success, pursuit of R1 Carnegie research classification leading to soaring grant awards, and narrative control
- How the university and its community supported itself in the face of a tragic and outrageous crime against 4 of its students
- The strategies used by the university and its faculty to safely reopen the school after lengthy closures in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic
Perfect for university administrators, University President’s Crisis Handbook will also prove invaluable to academics with leadership responsibilities and managers, executives, board members and other leaders in the public and private sectors.