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Title: The Culture of the Academy


1
The Culture of the Academy
  • How Did That Happen?

2
Joyce Mac Kinnon, EdD, PT
  • Professor and Associate Dean
  • School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
  • Indiana University on the IUPUI campus
  • So who are YOU?

3
Objectives
  • At the end of this session participants should be
    able to
  • Articulate why knowledge of the culture of their
    unit is important
  • Identify their units sagas, heroes, symbols and
    rituals and assess their impact on the units
    culture
  • Recognize the differences among mentoring,
    facilitation and networking and the role of each
    in career development

4
Defining Culture
  • The deeply imbedded patterns of organizational
    behavior and the shared values, assumptions and
    beliefs or ideologies that members have about
    their organization or its work (Peterson and
    Spencer)

5
General Assumptions About Academic Culture
  • Faculty latitude in scheduling time
  • Values should reflect the mission of the
    institution and the unit
  • Collegiality is important

6
Indicators of Organized Cultures
  • Sagas
  • Heroes
  • Symbols
  • Rituals
  • http//medicine.iu.edu/sig/cat/
  • reflections/

7
Mentoring/Facilitation/Networking
  • Mentor a person higher in the organizational
    hierarchy or who has more experience and serves
    as coach, teacher, example, counselor, and
    facilitator for a period of at least two years
    (Keele)
  • Facilitators
  • Networking

8
Mentoring/Facilitation/Networking
  • People with Mentors (Keele)
  • Earn more at a younger age
  • More likely to follow a career plan
  • More satisfied with their work
  • Get more challenging job assignments
  • Gain larger perspective
  • More visibility
  • Job mobility

9
Mentoring/Facilitation/Networking
  • Mentor advice (Detsky and Baurlocher)
  • Determine how mentee likes to spend time
  • Be honest
  • Follow through
  • Dont be afraid to terminate a mismatched
    relationship
  • Be explicit about credit for work
  • Separate at the end

10
References
  • Detsky AS and Baurlocher MO (2007) Academic
    mentoring-how to give it and how to get it. JAMA,
    297(19)2134-36.
  • Eby LT, Allen TD, Evans SC et al (2008) Does
    mentoring matter? A multidisciplinary
    meta-analysis comparing mentored and non-mentored
    ndividuals. J Voc Behavior, 72(2)254-67.
  • Greenbank P (2007) Introducing widening
    participation policies in higher education the
    influence of institutional culture. Research in
    Post-Compulsory Education, 12(2)209-24.
  • Keele R (1986) Mentoring or networking? Strong
    and weak ties in career development. In Moore LL
    Not as Far As You Think The Realities of
    Working Women. Lexington Books, DC Health and Co.
  • Kezar A and Eckel PD (2002) The effects of
    institutional culture on change strategies in
    higher education. J Higher Ed, 73(4)435-60.

11
References (continued)
  • Masland AT (1983) Organizational culture
  • In the study of higher education. ASHE 1983
    Annual Meeting Paper.
  • Nick JM, Delahoyde TM, Del Prato D, et al (2012)
    Best practices in academic mentoring A model for
    excellence. Nursing Research and Practice (open
    access.
  • Ortiz-Walters R and Gilson LL (2005) Mentoruing
    in academia an examination of the experiences of
    proteges of color. J Vocational Behavior,
    67(3)459-475.
  • Peterson M and Spencer M (1991) Understanding
    academic culture and climate. In Peterson M (ed)
    ASHE Reader on Organization and Governance (pp
    140-55). Simon and Schuster, Needham Heights, MA.

12
References (continued)
  • Ortiz-Walters R and Gilson LL (2005) Mentoring
    in academia an examination of the experiences of
    protégés of color. J Vocational Behavior, 67
    (3)459-475.
  • Poteat LF, Shockley KM, Allen TD (2009)
    Mentor-protégé commitment fit and relationship
    satisfaction in academic mentoring. J Vocational
    Behavior, 74(3)332-337.
  • Straus SE, Johnson MO, Marquez C, Feldman MD
    (2013)Characteristics of successful and failed
    mentoring relationships A qualitative study
    across two academic health centers. Academic
    Medicine, 88(1)82-89.
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