Identidades académicas y gestión de equipos: ¿misión imposible?

Roberto di Napoli

Resumen

El artículo presenta una reflexión sobre las posibles relaciones entre las identidades académicas y la gestión de equipo. Más que negar la importancia relativa de la gestión, se argumenta que sólo adoptando prácticas que tengan en cuenta las identidades académicas será posible llegar a una noción novedosa de la universidad como resultado de una construcción dialógica real entre las distintas partes, (académicos, directivos, administradores, líderes, estudiantes, etc.) que esté apuntalada por un conjunto de significados e intenciones compartidas.

 


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Identidad académica; Gestión académica; Gestión universitaria

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