This paper discusses a strategy for accelerating the development of a regionally grounded knowledge base on educational leadership and management in East Asia. The study reviews data on patterns of knowledge production in East Asia, and employs the findings in the development of a strategy for increasing knowledge production. The study concludes that a suitable coordination strategy for the region should incorporate formal and informal strategies, be intermediate in scale and organised around a common research agenda. The authors propose that the substantive findings and the method of strategy analysis may also be relevant for academic leaders in other developing regions of the world. Copyright © 2013 Taylor & Francis.
CitationHallinger, P., & Bryant, D. A. (2013). Accelerating knowledge production on educational leadership and management in East Asia: A strategic analysis. School Leadership & Management, 33(3), 202-223.
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