Do professional managers have a profession: the specialist/generic distinction amongst higher education professional services staff

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Bacon, Edwin;
(2009)

An emerging literature is beginning to create a theoretical framework for analysing the role of professional managers – that is, those without an ongoing academic background – in the context of UK higher education. Here I argue, drawing on my own experience in a range o... View more
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