Becoming an effective and well rounded leader in academia often requires proficiency in the three critical components of an academic career: scholarship, service, and teaching. However, the emerging focus on faculty scholarship as the most salient of these elements, particularly as evidenced through publication in academic journals for graduate faculties, has been well documented in research (Green, 2005; Green & Baskind, 2007). While the relative weighting and importance of scholarship is somewhat inconsistent across universities, disciplines, and faculty rank (Green, 2008; Price & Cotton, 2006), the publication productivity of faculty is the major correlate for graduate program rankings from the U.S. News and World Report and many graduate school deans consider it the “central criterion” for promotion and tenure decisions (Green & Baskind, 2007, p.282).
Cain, Darrell and Picquet, Jim
"Transformational Leadership: Operating in an Abundant State of Mind by Capitalizing on Tangible and Intangible Resources,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 9
, Article 53.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol9/iss1/53