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Carbone deal suffices for now


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 11, 2014

~~<p>The University of Hawaii has implemented a complex &mdash; and costly &mdash; plan for solving the current upheaval at the UH Cancer Center through an organizational restructuring that carves up the powers of its embattled director, Dr. Michele Carbone.</p>
<p>Given its record for installing well-paid administrators and support staff in dubious jobs over the past few years, there's good reason for some of the criticism that the plan serves as an expensive Band-Aid rather than a cure. Neither the group that wanted the director gone or those who supported him can feel satisfied with this.</p>
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The University of Hawaii has implemented a complex — and costly — plan for solving the current upheaval at the UH Cancer Center through an organizational restructuring that carves up the powers of its embattled director, Dr. Michele Carbone.

Given its record for installing well-paid administrators and support staff in dubious jobs over the past few years, there's good reason for some of the criticism that the plan serves as an expensive Band-Aid rather than a cure. Neither the group that wanted the director gone or those who supported him can feel satisfied with this. Login for more...



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