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The academic senate became recognized as strong on discussion of issues but weak on action. As the central component of a strengthened administrative core, one that had assumed much operational authority, UMG became the action group that could ‘get-up-and-go’ . . . (pp. 69-70) In the UMG framework, deans, as budget-holders, had to “handle, issue by issue, the clash between managerial and academic values and the opposition between the interests of the
centre and the interests of the parts.” The system proved to be effective because, as the vice-chancellor said, “at the end of the day the five deans [were] pulling in the same direction” (pp. 69-70).