Strengthening adult and continuing education: a global perspective on synergistic leadership
In this book, Alan B. Knox shows leaders in adult and continuing education around the world how to strengthen and improve their programs, using the principles of strategic planning and cooperative leadership. Drawing on case studies from more than thirty countries, Knox explains how agency leaders can adapt strategic planning guidelines to identify objectives, create effective communication among stakeholders, reach agreement on policy guidelines, and give the supportive guidance, feedback, encouragement, and recognition that are essential for successful programming. Knox also shows how the principles and methods of strategic planning can be applied with equal effectiveness in a wide range of programs, including distance learning, continuing professional education, correctional education, staff development, and adult education for minorities. And he explains the importance of incorporating information on legislation, economic conditions, along with trends in aging and immigration into long-range planning efforts.
24 pages matching voluntary associations in this book
Results 1-3 of 24
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Building Strategic Leadership for Effective Adult Education
PartTime Study at Educational Institutions
Basic Education and Literacy
13 other sections not shown
achieve action learning adult basic education adult education programs adult education providers agricultural approach areas associated Australia benefits cation centers chap collaboration community development community problem solving context continuing education contributions cooperation coordination correctional education countries courses cultural adult education distance education economic conditions educa educational activities educational institutions efforts elders emphasized enterprises environmental scanning especially example extension external functioning funds goals grams health education higher education improve increased inmates issues leadership learners learning literacy education major mass media ment nomic older adults organizational part-time participants percent perspective policy makers political population priority prison programs for adults reflected Republic of Ireland rural development social change societal influences Soviet Union staff development staff members stakeholders strategic planning strengthen subcultures Sweden Tanzania tegic Third Age tion tional trends ucation University various voluntary associations volunteers