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ERIC Number: ED079537
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 224
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Managing Career Education Programs.
Stadt, Ronald W.; And Others
This book contains information designed to provide career education managers with the necessary information and skills to conduct programs withstanding the evolving tests of accountability and cost-benefit analysis. Chapter 1, Objective Program Management, gives an overview of manager-worker relationships and synthesizes the thinking that lead to performance-centered management, while Chapter 2, Planning, describes various conceptual and empirical procedures that managers should follow in planning occupational programs that will achieve short-range, intermediate, long-range, and ultimate goals. An analysis of the ways of understanding leadership is provided in Chapter 3, Leadership Styles and Patterns, and information regarding two areas of competency is discussed in Chapter 4, Motivation and Morale. Chapter 5, Communications, treats concepts underlying effective communication, while Chapter 6, Information Systems and Chapter 7, Information Sources, contains data concerning information systems and examples of places where information can be obtained. (SB)
Prentice Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632 (no price quoted)
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