In this post, you will explore those two concepts and will learn about what conclusions can be drawn for the management of social work organisations.
We will review the book "Social Work Management in the Uncertain" (H. Effinger) and draw some conclusions regarding the question of how can the current and future workforce be prepared for the management of the uncertain.
Today, we’ll be looking at how the "Classical Management Murder Podcast Series" can more effectively be used by students & teachers alike.
Leadership is a diverse phenomenon. When it comes to precise definitions, a hundred people would come up with more than a hundred different concepts regarding leadership.
This article reviews A History of Management Thought by Morgen Witzel, a graduate textbook on organization and management theory.
Keestra’s (2017) academic essay Metacognition and Reflection by Interdisciplinary Experts should be a must-read, but its content is relatively inaccessible.
Since the 1990s, change management has received considerable attention as the new paradigm for the management of organisational transformations as well as behavioural and motivational changes within both for-profit and non-profit organisations. As such, constant changes have also become the new "normality" in educational and social service organisations.
The number of business start-ups in Germany - measured in terms of business registrations, and thus also the number of entrepreneurs - has fallen steadily in absolute terms over the last decade. This makes it all the more important to know the prerequisites, foundations, and framework conditions that enable founders to set up their own business in the social sector in order to successfully and sustainably implement innovative business ideas.
This study aims at the development of a subject-specific higher education didactics for ‘Social Work Management Education’ based on an integrative theory-practice transfer model. A Subject-Specific Didactics of Social work Management consists of three levels: theoretical-conceptual, practical transfer, communication and discourse level.