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ERIC Number: ED022101
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 25
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Reference Count: 0
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Service Agencies in Human Resource Development.
Flowers, W.L.
North Carolina service agencies must understand the economic goals and principles of the society they serve (especially the components of productivity and effective manpower policy) and the contribution the agency can make to attaining these goals. More careful planning and coordination of human resource development programs and services is required. The rise of new agencies may threaten or stimulate existing agencies, but no new structure can be created at once to abolish the old and install the new. Strong state level coordination by and among agencies is a necessity, and agency professionals ought to encourage the strengthening of state government for this reason. Some agency duplication is wasteful, but there is a place for competitive, creative overlap among and within agencies. The future of North Carolina and the nation depends on the efficiency with which agencies develop human resources. (The document includes 11 references.) (author/ly)
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Identifiers: North Carolina
Note: Paper presented at the annual conference of the North Carolina Adult Education Association, Durham, N.C., November 28-30, 1967.