- Social work administration -- Management.
- Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Acknowledgements. Introduction. Jane Aldgate and Barbara A. Pine.; 1. Looking backward, looking forward: current trends in human services management. John Harris, University of Warwick, UK.; 2. New Leadership for the human services: involving and empowering staff through participatory management. Barbara A. Pine and Lynne M. Healy, University of Connecticut, US.; 3. Improving performance in social work through positive approaches to managing change. Julie Barnes, Independent Social Care Consultant.; 4. Ethical issues for social work and social care managers. Lynne M. Healy and Barbara A. Pine.; 5. Managing across inter-agency boundaries: a learning agenda for change. Vivien Martin, University of Brighton, UK.; 6. Managing diversity in social service settings. Barris Malcolm.; 7. Liability and safety issues in human services management. Robert G. Madden, St Joseph College, US.; 8. Managing care environments: reflections from research and practice. Jill Reynolds and Sheila Peace, The Open University, UK.; 9. Active service user involvement in human services: lessons from practice. Janet Seden, The Open University, UK and Trish Ross, Nottinghamshire County Council, UK.; 10. The Impact of new technology: implications for social work and social care managers. Myron E. Weiner University of Connecticut, US and Peter Petrella, University of Connecticut/Connecticut Department of Social Services, US. 11. Managing diverse sources of funding. Mark Ezell, University of Kansas, US.; 12. From policy visions to practical realities: the pivotal role of service managers in implementation, Wendy Rose, Jane Aldgate and Julie Barnes. Contributors. References. Index.
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