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Higher & Continuing Education
  • Author:
    Mary F. Powers,David R. Powers
  • ISBN:
    0875895670
  • ISBN13:
    978-0875895673
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  • Publisher:
    Jossey-Bass Inc Pub; 1st edition (April 1, 1983)
  • Pages:
    249 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Higher & Continuing Education
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Making Participatory Management Work book.

Making Participatory Management Work book. Making Participatory Management Work, published originally by Jossey-Bass (now part of Wiley) in 1983, was among the first book-length works on using participatory management in a higher education setting. It appeared at a time when faculty senates had become common but on many campuses had limited impact on institutional decision making, and when many administrators remained hierarchical despite a national trend in academe toward increasingly collegial, less top-down decision making.

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Making Participatory Management Work. In making major budget cuts at colleges and universities because of the world-wide recession, legislators and board members with business experience may not understand how to change campus programs wisely. Medication Workbook for Pharmacy Technicians: A Pharmacology Primer. Mary F. Powers, David R. Bright.

The book is essential reading for those responsible for college budgets and .

The book is essential reading for those responsible for college budgets and enrollment management, and also for students and faculty in graduate programs of higher education administration. David W. Breneman, university professor and Newton and Rita Meyers Professor in Economics of Education and Public Policy, University of Virginia. Series: Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education (Hardcover). This was an amazingly complete book that looks at all aspects of Enrollment Management! Being that I work in this area, and you hear about this topic throughout our industry, this book is a must have in today's fluctuating college market.

The book is divided into 14 chapters that are grouped into 7 sections

The book is divided into 14 chapters that are grouped into 7 sections. Each section covers a type of educational program, and each chapter describes a specific curriculum model. For educational institutions, work integrated learning relates both to work ps and to the Higher Education (HE) curriculum. For many professional programmes the mediating structure between these two aspects of work integrated learning is professional body standards.

Leonard, W. Patrick, 1989 San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1988. Patrick, 1989. Higher education in partnership with industry : David R. Powers, Mary F. Powers, Frederick Betz and Carol B. Aslanian. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1988. Handle: RePEc:eee:ecoedu:v:8:y:1989:i:3:p:297-297.

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Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series. Brydon-Miller, Mary and Davydd Greenwood. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2003. DePauw ROW Library, Campus Life: LC237. Brydon-Miller, Mary, Davydd Greenwood, and Olav Eikeland. Social Work With Groups 3. (2007) :21-39.

To contact Jossey-Bass directly call our Customer Care Department within the . at 8056-7739, outside the . at 317-572-3986, or fax 317-572-4002. Speaking of power, I have also tried to use my authorial power to write in a way that’s reader friendly. Adult educators often claim discussion to be the most adult of all teaching methods, partly because of its potential to disperse power democratically around the group. Chapter 3 proposes some specific exercises to ensure discussion is experienced as truly democratic and participatory, in other words, as empowering.