Development administration and management - a holistic approach
- Kotze DA
- ISBN: 9780627022067
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- 123 Pages | Published: 1997
Summary The philosophy of this book is a fundamental respect for the inner strengths, potential, creativeness, knowledge and resources of communities. It demands a profound rethinking of the traditional role of the development "expert". It is not a critique of existing approaches but offers new insights and thought-provoking ideas. Although it deals with established issues it is a text with innovative contributions, which provide the development manager and administrator with new tools for the trade.
1. What is development?
2. Successive approaches to development administration and management
3. The bureaucracy
5. Participation and managerial approaches to development
6. Implementation of development projects and programmes
7. Understanding communities: A holistic approach
8. Enabling settings and facilitation of strengths
9. Sustainable development
10. Indigenous knowledge systems and participatory learning and action
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