Toward a Collegial Office of the President

by Stanley Vance

Fall 1972

Volume 15
Issue 1

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Focuses on operations of the Office of the President (OP) in the U.S. and its achievements. Size of the office; Disparity in the frequency of OP and executive meetings; Positive and negative aspects of OP; Possibility of evolution of OP ventures from crude prototypes to more effective working models of shared authority, collegiality and equiexecutives.

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