Managing America's Organizations
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Managing Americas Organizations examines 41 cases packed with more than 155 administrative, management, and policy problems in the non-profit and public sector. Each of the specific cases, spanning more than 350 pages, connects theory with practical application for all levels of learning undergraduate, graduate and professional training. The thought-provoking cases are written to reflect the real-life experiences of administrators and the kind of problems professionals will likely face in the entry, middle-level, and higher executive positions they will hold upon graduation. This cutting-edge resource may be used as the primary text for courses employing the case study approach or as a supplement to instruction by textbook and lectures. In addition, the case studies may be used in a graduate seminar or as an aid to non-profit and governmental professional development programs.