Examines some of the problems experienced by FE managements as college principals and governors assume greater powers. How are newly appointed management personnel best able to exercise their functions when many are faced with new surroundings and new responsibilities simultaneously? Internal reorganization of college structures is a commonly used approach but what problems can this in itself raise? Is there a danger that the line of decision making becomes confused? Examines the need for greater clarity in the lines of responsibility and accountability and looks at various potential pitfalls which may not be at first apparent.
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