Trustees are often unsure how they can lead change as required by a Guided Pathways project in their institution without being accused of micro-managing or directing the faculty and administration how to operate the institution. The below paper describes steps a Board of Trustees can take to successfully initiate change as well as sustain the change necessary to fully implement a Guided Pathways project. Though the project in California is too new to provide evidence of this method’s success, the paper draws upon steps successfully used in the private sector to lead change and adapts these to the role of the Board of Trustees.
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