Presidencies Derailed; Why University Leaders Fail and How to Prevent It.
Insights Stephen Joel Trachtenberg · June 14, 2016
In this book, former university president and Rimon Partner Stephen Joel Trachtenberg deeply explores the reasons why universities’ presidencies fail and how higher education institutions’ leadership can prevent future management failures.
Mr. Trachtenberg, along with other professors and former chancellors in the higher education arena with whom he has co-authorized this book, meticulously studied and evaluated firsthand testimonies from “derailed” university presidents, case studies, and reviews of the scholarly literature on leadership failures in the public and private sectors. As a result, Presidencies Derailed is an indispensable guide to understand, classify, and explain patterns of direction failures. Learn more about this volume
About Stephen Joel Trachtenberg
Mr. Trachtenberg was a long-serving president of George Washington University and the former president of the University of Hartford. He is the author of Big Man on Campus: A University President Speaks Out on Higher Education, Reflections on Higher Education, and Speaking His Mind: Five Years of Commentary on Higher Education. Access Mr. Trachtenberg full bio here