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ERIC Number: ED109392
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1962-Sep
Pages: 167
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Directing the Cooperative Extension Service. Selected Papers Presented at the National Cooperative Extension Administrative Seminar (7th, Madison, Wisconsin, April 30-May 4, 1962).
Clark, Robert C., Ed.; Ralston, N. P., Ed.
The book provides administrators and students of administration with a background of extension programs of the past, the principles of large scale organization, and staff role in attaining extension goals. In Part 1, Changing Goals of the Cooperative Extension Service, C. M. Ferguson, Professor, University of Wisconsin, speaks on "Changing Times--Changing Programs" while F. H. Harrington, President, University of Wisconsin, reflects the "Role of Cooperative Extension in the Land-Grant System." A third speaker, E. T. York, Jr., Administrator, Federal Extension Service, discusses "Cooperative Extension's Contributions to National Goals." Part 2, Formulating Goals and Individual Achievement, examines the role of the individual in the organization. Contributors to Part 2 are G. B. Strother, Professor, University of Wisconsin, speaking on "The Individual and Goal Achievement" and E. W. Burr, Personnel Manager, Monsanto Chemical Company, discussing "The Individual and the Organization." Part 3, Organization for Goal Attainment, consists of a paper by Edward Gross, Professor, University of Minnesota, on "Organization As a Means for Achieving Extension's Goal" and a paper by Christopher Sower, Professor, Michigan State University, on "The Land-Grant University 'Development Organization' in Transition: The Case of the Cooperative Extension Service." (EA)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison. National Agricultural Extension Center for Advanced Study.