Collaborating to Manage

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ISBN: 9781589019171
Release Date: 2012-08-06
Number of pages: 288
Author: Robert Agranoff
Publisher: Georgetown University Press

Download and read online Collaborating to Manage in PDF and EPUB Collaborating to Manage captures the basic ideas and approaches to public management in an era where government must partner with external organizations as well as other agencies to work together to solve difficult public problems. In this primer, Robert Agranoff examines current and emergent approaches and techniques in intergovernmental grants and regulation management, purchase-of-service contracting, networking, public/nonprofit partnerships and other lateral arrangements in the context of the changing public agency. As he steers the reader through various ways of coping with such organizational richness, Agranoff offers a deeper look at public management in an era of shared public program responsibility within governance. Geared toward professionals working with the new bureaucracy and for students who will pursue careers in the public or non-profit sectors, Collaborating to Manage is a student-friendly book that contains many examples of real-world practices, lessons from successful cases, and summaries of key principles for collaborative public management.


Filename: collaborating.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015049707568
Release Date: 1989-06-12
Number of pages: 329
Author: Barbara Gray
Publisher: Jossey-Bass Inc Pub

Download and read online Collaborating in PDF and EPUB Veteran mediator Barbara Gray presents an innovative approach to successfully mediating multi-party disputes. A superb resource for managers, public officials and others working to solve complex problems such as labor disputes, disposal of toxic wastes, racial integration, and the use of biotechnology.

Collaborating for Success

Filename: collaborating-for-success.pdf
ISBN: 1583760873
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 36
Author: John L. Mariotti
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

Download and read online Collaborating for Success in PDF and EPUB This handbook identifies the conditions that lead to a successful collaborative effort. The author shows you how to recognize the stages collaborative groups progress through, teaches you to move through those stages quickly, and demonstrates methods for heading off common problems such as resistance to change and interpersonal conflicts.

Collaborating with parents

Filename: collaborating-with-parents.pdf
ISBN: 0966432312
Release Date: 1998
Number of pages: 157
Author: Frances Page Glascoe

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Collaborating for Success With the Common Core

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ISBN: 9781936764730
Release Date: 2013-07-23
Number of pages: 216
Author: Kim Bailey
Publisher: Solution Tree Press

Download and read online Collaborating for Success With the Common Core in PDF and EPUB Leverage teamwork to integrate the CCSS into your curriculum, and build on a foundational knowledge of PLCs. You’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of the shifts required to implement the standards in core content areas and find valuable tips and strategies for creating strong collaborative practices. Identify the essential standards, determine learning targets, define proficiency, learn how to design rigorous assessments, and more.

Collaborating Online

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ISBN: 9780470876015
Release Date: 2010-04-15
Number of pages: 128
Author: Rena M. Palloff
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Collaborating Online in PDF and EPUB Collaborating Online provides practical guidance for faculty seeking to help their students work together in creative ways, move out of the box of traditional papers and projects, and deepen the learning experience through their work with one another. Authors Rena Palloff and Keith Pratt draw on their extensive knowledge and experience to show how collaboration brings students together to support the learning of each member of the group while promoting creativity and critical thinking. Collaborating Online is the second title in the Jossey-Bass Guides to Online Teaching and Learning. This series helps higher education professionals improve the practice of online teaching and learning by providing concise, practical resources focused on particular areas or issues they might confront in this new learning environment.

Collaborating Towards Coherence

Filename: collaborating-towards-coherence.pdf
ISBN: 9789027253897
Release Date: 2006-01-01
Number of pages: 192
Author: Sanna-Kaisa Tanskanen
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

Download and read online Collaborating Towards Coherence in PDF and EPUB This book approaches cohesion and coherence from a perspective of interaction and collaboration. After a detailed account of various models of cohesion and coherence, the book suggests that it is fruitful to regard cohesion as contributing to coherence, as a strategy used by communicators to help their fellow communicators create coherence from a text. Throughout the book, the context-sensitive and discourse-specific nature of cohesion is stressed: cohesive relations are created and interpreted in particular texts in particular contexts. By investigating the use of cohesion in four different types of discourse, the study shows that cohesion is not uniform across discourse types. The analysis reveals that written dialogue (computer-mediated discussions) and spoken monologue (prepared speech) make use of similar cohesive strategies as spoken dialogue (conversations): in these contexts the communicators' interaction with their fellow communicators leads to a similar outcome. The book suggests that this is an indication of the communicators' attempt to collaborate towards successful communication.

Collaborating with the Enemy

Filename: collaborating-with-the-enemy.pdf
ISBN: 9781626568235
Release Date: 2017-06-05
Number of pages: 160
Author: Adam Kahane
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

Download and read online Collaborating with the Enemy in PDF and EPUB Collaboration is increasingly difficult and increasingly necessary Often, to get something done that really matters to us, we need to work with people we don't agree with or like or trust. Adam Kahane has faced this challenge many times, working on big issues like democracy and jobs and climate change and on everyday issues in organizations and families. He has learned that our conventional understanding of collaboration—that it requires a harmonious team that agrees on where it's going, how it's going to get there, and who needs to do what—is wrong. Instead, we need a new approach to collaboration that embraces discord, experimentation, and genuine cocreation—which is exactly what Kahane provides in this groundbreaking and timely book.

Collaborative Circles

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ISBN: 0226238679
Release Date: 2003-11-01
Number of pages: 328
Author: Michael P. Farrell
Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Download and read online Collaborative Circles in PDF and EPUB Many artists, writers, and other creative people do their best work when collaborating within a circle of likeminded friends. Experimenting together and challenging one another, they develop the courage to rebel against the established traditions in their field. Out of their discussions they develop a new, shared vision that guides their work even when they work alone. In a unique study that will become a rich source of ideas for professionals and anyone interested in fostering creative work in the arts and sciences, Michael P. Farrell looks at the group dynamics in six collaborative circles: the French Impressionists; Sigmund Freud and his friends; C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and the Inklings; social reformers Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony; the Fugitive poets; and the writers Joseph Conrad and Ford Maddox Ford. He demonstrates how the unusual interactions in these collaborative circles drew out the creativity in each member. Farrell also presents vivid narrative accounts of the roles played by the members of each circle. He considers how working in such circles sustains the motivation of each member to do creative work; how collaborative circles shape the individual styles of the persons within them; how leadership roles and interpersonal relationships change as circles develop; and why some circles flourish while others flounder.

The Handbook of High Performance Virtual Teams

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ISBN: 0470229705
Release Date: 2008-03-11
Number of pages: 800
Author: Jill Nemiro
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online The Handbook of High Performance Virtual Teams in PDF and EPUB The Handbook of High-Performance Virtual Teams is an essential resource for leaders, virtual team members, and work group leaders. The editors provide a proved framework based on five principles for working collaboratively across boundaries of time, space, and culture. Written by experts in the field, the contributors offer practical suggestions and tools for virtual team who need to assess their current level of effectiveness and develop strategies for improvement. This important resource also contains an array of illustrative cases as well as practical tools for designing, implementing, and maintaining effective virtual work.

Collaborating for Inquiry Based Learning

Filename: collaborating-for-inquiry-based-learning.pdf
ISBN: 9781598848502
Release Date: 2011-08-30
Number of pages: 137
Author: Virginia L. Wallace
Publisher: ABC-CLIO

Download and read online Collaborating for Inquiry Based Learning in PDF and EPUB • More than two dozen ready-to-use tables, charts, rubrics, and sample lesson plans • A research process explored through a variety of research models • Sample collaborative units that illustrate key concepts, strategies, and implementation • Comparison charts and grids showing AASL and ISTE standards • A glossary of key pedagogical terms and their relationship to inquiry-based learning • A bibliography of professional, practical print and online resources on inquiry-based learning and collaboration

Collaborating with Customers to Innovate

Filename: collaborating-with-customers-to-innovate.pdf
ISBN: 9781848442917
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 161
Author: Emanuela Prandelli
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

Download and read online Collaborating with Customers to Innovate in PDF and EPUB The Internet has created the problem of an increasing need for innovation, but - as this volume explains - also provides the solution. The authors explore the collaborative potential offered by customers in digital environments to enhance the effectiveness of new product development.

It s All about Thinking

Filename: it-s-all-about-thinking.pdf
ISBN: 9781553792215
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 256
Author: Faye Brownlie
Publisher: Portage & Main Press

Download and read online It s All about Thinking in PDF and EPUB How can we help students develop the thinking skills they need to be successful learners? How does this relate to deep learning of important concepts? How can we engage and support diverse learners in inclusive classrooms where they develop understanding and thinking skills? In this book, Faye and Leyton explore these questions and offer classroom examples to help busy teachers develop communities where all students learn.This book is written by two experienced educators who offer a welcoming and "can do" approach to the big ideas in education today. In this book, you will find:insightful ways to teach diverse learners, e.g., literature and information circles, open-ended strategies, cooperative learning, inquiry curriculum design frameworks, e.g., universal design for learning (UDL) and backward design assessment for, of, and as learning lessons to help students develop deep learning and thinking skills in English, Social Studies, and Humanities excellent examples of theory and practice made accessible real school examples of collaboration -- teachers working together to create better learning opportunities for their students

Collaborating With Students in Instruction and Decision Making

Filename: collaborating-with-students-in-instruction-and-decision-making.pdf
ISBN: 9781412972178
Release Date: 2010-04-07
Number of pages: 226
Author: Richard A. Villa
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Collaborating With Students in Instruction and Decision Making in PDF and EPUB This book offers practical strategies to help primary and secondary educators coach and mentor their students to become co-teachers, decision-makers, and advocates. In this unique resource for educators who are attempting to meet the needs of a diverse student population in mixed-ability classrooms, Richard A. Villa, Jacqueline S. Thousand, and Ann I. Nevin anchor practical examples within the current theories of learning and evidence-based research on these non-traditional student roles. Readers will find: - Practical, hands-on resources - Assessment tools - Lesson plans in user-friendly formats - Many personal case studies Collaborating With Students in Instruction and Decision Making provides easy-to-implement methods that can be used in classrooms, school buildings, or across school districts. The book's content is ideal for staff development personnel and school district curriculum specialists as well as faculty in colleges of education dedicated to the development of the teaching, decision making, and the advancement of students' advocacy skills.

Collaborating with Parents for Early School Success

Filename: collaborating-with-parents-for-early-school-success.pdf
ISBN: 9781462514915
Release Date: 2013-12-12
Number of pages: 226
Author: Stephanie H. McConaughy
Publisher: Guilford Publications

Download and read online Collaborating with Parents for Early School Success in PDF and EPUB The Achieving-Behaving-Caring (ABC) Program is an evidence-based approach to addressing the needs of elementary students at risk for emotional and behavioral difficulties and promoting successful home-school collaboration. This practical guide demonstrates how classroom teachers and parents can work together to boost individual children's strengths, reduce problems that interfere with learning, and provide classwide social skills training. The use of trained parent liaisons is a special feature of the program. Detailed, step-by-step instructions for implementing ABC are accompanied by many useful case illustrations and tips. The book includes more than two dozen reproducible handouts and forms, in a convenient large-size format with lay-flat binding. This book is in The Guilford Practical Intervention in the Schools Series.