Effectively Managing Human Service Organizations
Integrating the various topics that administration comprises in an easy to understand practical style, this new edition retains all the useful information of the first, while updating and adding a number of segments. These include financial management and working with important constituencies. The author has also provided more forms and spreadsheets, and useful web sites for practicing managers.
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SETTING THE TONE OF THE ORGANIZATION
The Culture of a Productive Organization
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