While universities contribute directly to the future successes of students through the delivery of content knowledge and the development of key career skills, they might also reasonably be expected to model the “best practices” of industry professionals. However, based upon a three-year study of the communications between universities and graduate students applying to nearly two-hundred faculty positions, universities often fail the best practice test when interacting with job candidates. Ironically, they do so even when recruiting for faculty positions that target candidates specializing in the pedagogies and practices of effective communication.
McKenna, Christopher J., "Management Communication Failures in Faculty Hiring Processes: A Case Study" (2018). Faculty Publications. 65.
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McKenna, C. (2018). Management Communication Failures in Faculty Hiring Processes: A Case Study. American Journal of Management, 18(4). https://doi.org/10.33423/ajm.v18i4.184