Community Development Society (Cds) Fellows Program: A Purposeful Exploration To Strengthen Community, 2020 University of Kentucky 81818app手机版下载
Community Development Society (Cds) Fellows Program: A Purposeful Exploration To Strengthen Community, Daniel Kahl, Kristina Hains
Community Development Practice
The practice of community development is both a process and an outcome. The Community Development Society (CDS) Fellows initiative sought to initiate a shared learning agenda, and in the process, strengthen participation in the Society community through collective learning and problem solving. Lessons learned through this project included the importance of designing constructive interactions, and the importance of planning for and overcoming obstacles that might impact participation.
Understanding The Perceptions Of Supervision And Supervisory Behavior Of Patrol Precinct Patrol Supervisors In A Goal-Oriented Police Department, Jerry L. Garcia
Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)
81818app手机版下载This research was focused on understanding the perceptions of patrol precinct Patrol Supervisors, within the New York City Police Department, as they relate to supervision of Police Officers in a goal-oriented police department, and whether there is a connection between this perception and a supervisors behavior.
In 1994, policing in the New York City Police Department had shifted to a predictive approach to law enforcement. Police Officers were now given performance objectives to achieve. Patrol Supervisors were given the responsibility to ensure that Police Officers met those objectives, and were held strictly accountable for it. Since accountability was now placed ...
The Ten Principles Of Highly Meaningful Work: A Qualitative Study Of Leading Organizations, 2020 University of Pennsylvania
The Ten Principles Of Highly Meaningful Work: A Qualitative Study Of Leading Organizations, Wesley Adams, Tamara Myles
Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) Capstone Projects
In addition to being the primary source of income for most adults, work is also one of the main forums in which individuals pursue achievement and meaning in life. Despite increasing appreciation for meaningful work and the desire to cultivate it, a widely accepted framework for fostering meaningful work in organizations has yet to emerge. In an attempt to lay the foundation for such an effort, we conducted a qualitative study with representatives of exemplar companies to explore common practices that organizations follow to foster meaningful work for their employees. The ten principles that emerged from this study are presented ...
Developing An On-Campus Creative Economy Clinic To Elevate The Quality Of Existing Community Service Program, 2020 Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Medan, Indonesia
Developing An On-Campus Creative Economy Clinic To Elevate The Quality Of Existing Community Service Program, Andri Zainal, T. Citra Nisa Farza, Khairunnisa Harahap, Pasca Dwi Putra
ASEAN Journal of Community Engagement
The ongoing community service program has not provided optimal and sustainable outcomes that can improve the creative economy sector as a partner, especially in the era of technological disruption. This study describes the importance of setting up a creative economy clinic at the university, which is based on the needs of upscaling local micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs’) performance. The discussions presented in the paper arise from a qualitative conceptual study using an instrumental case study approach, linking insights from theoretical perspectives and works across disciplines that concern the development of a creative economy clinic. The results of the ...
Organizational Intentions Versus Leadership Impact: The Flexible Work Experience, 2020 Bentley University
Organizational Intentions Versus Leadership Impact: The Flexible Work Experience, Susan R. Vroman
The Journal of Values-Based Leadership
81818app手机版下载Working mothers with dependent aged children currently represent a significant portion of the workforce. In order to attract and retain this valuable demographic, employers are introducing and maintaining flexible work arrangements (FWA) to enable employees to manage their work and life commitments. However, having an FWA program and effectively supporting it are not synonymous, and this bears impact on employees. This article highlights opportunities and implications for FWA management based on findings from a recent New England healthcare organization case study which illustrates how working mothers experience enacted flexible work arrangement policies. This article identifies methods for organizations and managers ...
Organizational Dissent: The Implications Of Race And Dissent Outcomes, 2020 Western Kentucky University
Organizational Dissent: The Implications Of Race And Dissent Outcomes, Siera N. Bramschreiber
Masters Theses & Specialist Projects
Dissent, the public expression of a minority perspective, is valuable to organizations due to its connections with improving decision-making processes within teams. The current study sought to integrate what is known about diversity in thought and diversity in people and how this influences the dissent process. Specifically, I examined if positive perceptions of dissenters (i.e., worthy of respect or courageous) differ based on the race of the dissenter. Second, I examined if stories of successful articulated dissent influence subsequent willingness to dissent. In developing a scenario to manipulate dissent outcomes ranging from negative outcomes (i.e., hostility) to positive ...
Made In The Usa: Technological Corporatism, Infrastructure Regulation, And Dupont 1902-1917, 2020 Swarthmore College
Made In The Usa: Technological Corporatism, Infrastructure Regulation, And Dupont 1902-1917, Roman Y. Shemakov
Swarthmore Undergraduate History Journal
The turn of the twentieth century radically renewed industrial organization across the United States. Early American corporations -- centralized manufacturing hubs with journeymen and apprentices laboring under one roof -- were seldom prepared for the transformations that scientific management and structural reorganization would bring to social relations. At the helm of World War 1, DuPont became the epitome of broader national restructuring. Through a close relationship with American military industries and legislatures, the DuPont brothers came to represent Business as an inseparable component of the State. While labor historiography has primarily focused on organizers’ relationship with regulators, important segments of its inverse ...
Confronting An Unprincipled America: Lessons In Leadership From Barack Obama, 2020 College of William & Mary
Confronting An Unprincipled America: Lessons In Leadership From Barack Obama, Chloe Harper
VA Engage Journal
Ethical leadership is a concept valued, and even inherently understood, by most Americans, but today, we are seeing fewer individuals committed to making ethical decisions in leadership roles. Moreover, we are often unable to recognize when an ethical decision-maker is before us. Drawing on the works of such scholars as Edgar Schein, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Jonathan Haidt, I evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of Barack Obama, 44th president of the United States and the first African American to hold executive office, in order to determine what factors distinguish ethical leaders from simply respectable leaders. I focus on the role leaders ...
Communication Competence Training Within Minority-Owned Small Businesses, 2020 California State University – San Bernardino
Communication Competence Training Within Minority-Owned Small Businesses, Shirleena Racine Baggett
Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations
Business ownership is imperative in correcting economic issues for demographic groups subjugated to discrimination, inequality, poverty, and other harmful disadvantages. This project supports the idea that building communication competence within minority-owned small businesses and nonprofit organizations, will significantly increase achievement of long-term sustainability and success. The solution is not only creating communication training tailored for minority entrepreneurs, but to allow access in feasible and tangible ways. This study begins by defining communication and explaining its function to assist in moving past the narrative of communication interaction as “talking and listening,” but instead a concept rooted in logic, theoretical analysis, and ...
Humanizing Higher Education: Disrupting Racial Injustice In Teacher Preparation Through Critically Caring Communities, 2020 The Graduate Center, City University of New York 81818app手机版下载
Humanizing Higher Education: Disrupting Racial Injustice In Teacher Preparation Through Critically Caring Communities, Melissa M. Boronkas
Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
81818app手机版下载Institutions of Higher Education have played a foundational role in upholding racial inequities within the teaching profession. Eighty percent of public school teachers in the United States are white and female while more than 50% of the total student population is composed of minoritized students (Boser, 2014; NYSED, 2019a). There is a lack of cultural synchronicity between teachers and students in classrooms which is believed to result in unequal outcomes for minoritized students as compared to their White peers (Ingersoll, May, Collins, 2018). These findings are indicative of an underlying problem: racial and social integration has not been achieved. In ...
Work–Family Conflict In Low-Income Households, 2020 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Work–Family Conflict In Low-Income Households, Maritza G. Hiciano Ramos
Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
The United States is the only country not offering paid parental leave. Paid leave is left at the discretion of employers and only a few states offer Paid Family Leave benefits. The FMLA was established to protect workers from losing their jobs in case they needed to care for an elderly person or for their children. However, since value is not placed in family structures there has not been much development in that area. The FMLA fails to account for the grand majority of people in the U.S., especially those of lower socioeconomic status. Moreover, the vast inequalities that ...
What Role Does The African American Church Play When Meeting The Mental Health Needs Of Its African American Parishioners?, 2020 National Louis University
What Role Does The African American Church Play When Meeting The Mental Health Needs Of Its African American Parishioners?, Lisa Sutton
This study will focus on understanding the role played by the church in meeting the mental health needs of its African American parishioners. The goal is to understand the ways that African American communities hold faith, position themselves within the church, and the outside world, with a specific focus on issues of trust, which have emerged based on historical and structural violence that has debilitated the health of our community. The study examines attitudes and perceptions of church leadership and members around their caring for parishioners with mental health issues. The hope is that the data will help construct ...
The Governance Divide In Global Corporate Responsibility: The Global Structuration Of Reporting And Certification Frameworks, 1998-2017, 2020 Norwegian University of Life Sciences
The Governance Divide In Global Corporate Responsibility: The Global Structuration Of Reporting And Certification Frameworks, 1998-2017, Shawn Pope, Alwyn Lim
Research Collection School of Social Sciences
In recent decades, as worldwide attention to corporate responsibility increased, the global corporate responsibility (GCR) movement did not converge on a singular governance model nor hybridize into myriad country-specific models. The movement, rather, bifurcated into onerous certification frameworks and more lax reporting frameworks. We examine this ‘governance divide’ in the GCR movement by investigating the cross-national diffusion of seven core GCR frameworks. We adopt a glocalization perspective that conceptualizes a vertical nesting of local and global contexts. Our cross-national quantitative analyses suggest that, while linkages to global culture have encouraged business participation in all GCR frameworks, power dependencies related to ...
Mission Adrift: The Impact Of Managerialism On Graduate Social Work Education, 2020 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Mission Adrift: The Impact Of Managerialism On Graduate Social Work Education, Carolyn Hanesworth
Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
81818app手机版下载Neoliberal policies have led to the installation of managerialism, or the application of business practices and principles in institutions of higher education. Although much is known about the impact of managerialism on faculty in the overall academy, very little is known about its impact in specific disciplines, particularly in the United States. Using semi-structured interviews, this dissertation investigates how social work faculty experience and negotiate managerialism in the traditional pillars of teaching, service, and scholarship.
This study found that managerialism leads universities to place new and increased demands for productivity, efficiency, and accountability on social work faculty. Respondents report major ...
International Student Experiences At Community Colleges: An Inquiry Into The Experiences And Barriers Of International Students In The Twin Cities, Jesse Noah Mongrue
Education Doctoral Dissertations in Organization Development
81818app手机版下载This qualitative research study primarily explored the lived experiences of international students studying at three community colleges in the Twin Cities, Minnesota. As a phenomenological research, its primary purpose was to examine the commonality of experiences and barriers encountered by international students studying at these three institutions. The researcher conducted the study on a wide range of students from a number of nations around the world such as Peru, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam, Nigeria, Cameroon, Liberia, The Gambia, Kenya, Pakistan, Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. While it is a fact that this study explored challenges and barriers encountered by ...
Psychological Well-Being During Retirement Transition And Adjustment For Southern Baptist Pastors: A Phenomenological Multi-Case Study, 2020 University of Texas at Tyler
Psychological Well-Being During Retirement Transition And Adjustment For Southern Baptist Pastors: A Phenomenological Multi-Case Study, Tresa Gamblin
Human Resource Development Theses and Dissertations
The purpose of this phenomenological multi-case study was to understand the psychological well-being experience of Southern Baptist pastors during transition and adjustment to retirement. Questions centered around their upbringing, their calling experience, their education, career progression in churches, reasons for retiring, preparation for retirement, experience after retiring, and how identity and purpose may or may not have been related to their role as pastor. The goal of the study was to investigate these experiences to provide rich data and analysis that is missing in current literature.
The research was based on two theories: continuity theory and role theory. The study ...
La Maestra’S Circle Of Care: Studying The Impact Of An Integrated Service Model On The Health And Well-Being Of Vulnerable Populations, Zara Marselian
There is an urgent need to reform the health care delivery system in the United States, as recognized through current bipartisan efforts. Society’s vulnerable populations especially need health care reform as health care outcomes are the poorest among disadvantaged populations. Moreover, vulnerable populations are twice as likely to develop chronic diseases than the general population and they remain ill due to other contextual, societal factors affecting their ability to achieve health and well-being. This population is subjected to adverse life events that suggest a more comprehensive approach to health and well-being is called for.
The Circle of Care ...
Developing And Sustaining Organizational Systems That Honor The Dignity Needs Of Stakeholders, 2020 Southern Methodist University
Developing And Sustaining Organizational Systems That Honor The Dignity Needs Of Stakeholders, Robyn Short
Graduate Liberal Studies Theses and Dissertations
81818app手机版下载At the time of the study, organizations were missing opportunities for innovation and bottom-line growth by failing to align performance management systems with basic human needs and dignity needs. Employees were missing opportunities for accessing their potential, and were failing to thrive. Organizational leaders needed to understand the importance of integrating basic human needs and the essentials of dignity as attributes of organizational systems design in order to maximize employee engagement, attract and retain top talent, increase innovation, and optimize bottom-line growth.
81818app手机版下载This research explored the role of dignity in organizational systems design. A qualitative research approach, specifically case study ...
Mont Ripley Ski Area: A3 Goals Celebration, 2020 Michigan Technological University
Mont Ripley Ski Area: A3 Goals Celebration, Nick Sirdenis
Annual Copper Country Lean Conference
No abstract provided.
Facets Of The Museum Goals: Using Mtu's A3 Goals To Help The Museum Better Serve Our Guests, 2020 Michigan Technological University
Facets Of The Museum Goals: Using Mtu's A3 Goals To Help The Museum Better Serve Our Guests, Patrice Cobin
Annual Copper Country Lean Conference
81818app手机版下载No abstract provided.