Karl Kettler suggests that few, if any, academic management theories have ever been translated into effective applications. In his view the isolated world of the academic is at least partly to blame. I agree that life in academia is extraordinarily isolated, not much removed from that of the monasteries that spawned the prototype universities. However, there is another culture clash between application and theories espoused by academia. The core figure of merit of business is the ...
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