Books and Articles
- Ruben, B. D., De Lisi, R., & Gigliotti, R. A. (2018). Academic leadership development programs: Conceptual foundations, structural and pedagogical components, and operational considerations. Journal of Leadership Education, 17(3), 241-254.
- Ruben, B. D. & Gigliotti, R. A. (2017). Are higher education institutions and their leadership needs unique? Vertical and horizontal perspectives. Higher Education Review, 49(3), 27-52.
- An exploratory study of academic leadership education within the Association of American Universities
- Communication: Sine Qua Non of Organizational Leadership Theory and Practice
- Leadership as Social Influence: An Expanded View of Leadership Communication Theory and Practice
- Preparing Higher Education Leaders: A Conceptual, Strategic, and Operational Approach
- Growing Your Own, A Proactive Approach to Leadership Development
- Intercultural Communication Behavioral Guides
- Leadership Competencies Scorecard
- Snapshot of BTAA Leadership Programs 2018
- Documenting and Recognizing Academic Leaders – This study examined the role of department chairs and other academic leaders and proposed methods through which Rutgers could recognize academic leadership
- Results of Lumina-NACUBO National Study of Rutgers Excellence in Higher Education
- Rutgers 2003: A Progress Report – A review of the themes and recommendations outlined in the Red Tape Report
- Volume 1(1)
Through Patients’ Eyes: New and Not-so-New Health Communication Challenges and Opportunities
MAAP: An Integrative Strategy for Mission Alignment, Assessment, and Planning in Complex University Communities
- Advancing Community Engagement. Report prepared for the W. K. Kellogg Foundation Leadership for Institutional Change Initiative (LINC)
- Benchmarking Study of Leadership Training Programs for Undergraduate Medical Students
- Doctoral Students as Academic Leaders
OL Graduate Research Team
The Rutgers Center for Organizational Leadership Graduate Research Team, a group of interdisciplinary graduate students with an interest in leadership dynamics in higher education, are currently involved in a collaborative benchmarking study of in-house academic and administrative leadership development programs sponsored by member institutions from the Network for Change and Continuous Innovation in Higher Education (NCCI).
One of the strategic priorities for NCCI is to build leadership capacity in higher education leaders, and the hope is that this summary of existing in-house leadership development programs for academic and administrative leaders will a) contribute to the development of a NCCI emerging leadership certificate or program, b) contribute to the development of new and innovative internal leadership development programs across NCCI member institutions, and c) contribute to a growing area of interest in the professional and scholarly literature as it relates to leadership development in higher education.
For further information, please contact Ralph Gigliotti