The Getzels and Cuba social systems model was used to develop hypotheses for obtaining knowledge concerning: (1) the "real'' leadership behavior of chairmen as described by themselves and faculty, (2) the "ideal" leadership behavior of chairmen as described by deans, themselves, and faculty, and (3) responsibility, authority, and delegation behaviors reported by deans and chairmen. Normative data about the selection. administrative role, tenure, leadership training, and experience of incumbent chairmen were also gathered.
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