"In many, if not most universities, the concept of management is held in very low regard, particularly by the faculty. Yet all large, complex organizations require not only leadership at the helm, but also effective management at each level where important decisions occur.
Yet, in reality, talent in management is probably as rare a human attribute as the ability to contribute original scholarship. And there is little reason to suspect that talent in one characteristic implies the presence of talent in the other."
J.J. Duderstadt, A University for the 21st Century.