John R. Shoup and Susan Clark Studer explore the rules and patterns that govern complex systems that, when properly understood and applied, result in more effective leadership than what is offered from traditional leadership models. Their book is designed to equip leaders with the knowledge and skills to operate successfully in complex environments at both the micro (organizational) and macro (policy) level. Leveraging Chaos offers a dynamic interpretation of educational history and reform that will equip policy makers to implement a more balanced management of the educational pendulum.
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About the Author
John R. Shoup serves as an associate dean in the School of Education at California Baptist University in Riverside California. He has authored one book on leadership development, teaches leadership and policy at the graduate level, and has conducted workshops on leadership development and best practices from complexity science. Susan Clark Studer is a professor of education and the research coordinator for the School of Education at California Baptist University. She teaches graduate level courses in beginning and advanced research, current issues in education, and gives talks to local community organizations and schools. She is the author of The Teacher's Book of Days.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Complexity Simplified Chapter 2 Complexity at Work in the American Educational System Chapter 3 Leveraging Complexity at the Policy Level Chapter 4 Leveraging Complexity at the Organizational Level