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The national searches using internal resources was the selection process used
for selecting 41.6% of the presidents with 11 years through 20 years of tenure. The
internal search using a professional search firm represented 22.92% of Group 2. The
search process of internal search with selection by board or other governing body was
used for selecting 16.67% of this group of presidents. This represented the second
largest group with 48, or 21.82%, of all respondents. The relationship was statistically
significant only when using the continuous dependent variable of Number of Years in
Presidency (Q7STDT1; Table 12).
The GLM Procedure For Dependent Variable (Q7STDT1) Number of Years in Current
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