Developing a learning culture in nonprofit organizations
This is a brief, practical guide to developing a learning culture in not-for-profit organizations which takes a step-by-step approach that facilitates managers and students' understanding
eBook, Electronic resource, Book.
Published Los Angeles, [Calif.] : SAGE
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Statement of responsibility: Stephen J. Gill
ISBN: 1452272034, 9781412967679, 9781452272030
Description based on print version record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1 online resource (xviii, 209 p.) : ill.
Organizational learning United States.; Community organization United States.; Nonprofit organizations United States.; Volunteers United States.
- Need for a Learning Culture
- Barriers to a Learning Culture
- Creating a Learning Culture
- Individual Learning
- Team Learning
- Whole Organization Learning
- Community Learning
- Learning From Evaluation
- Using Models to Facilitate Learning
- SummaryReferencesIndexAbout the Author
"Gill's book is a basic primer for managers who are highly motivated to create a vibrant culture of learning. Gill does and excellent job of summarizing research regarding the elements of successful instructor led training activities. The importance of Gill's book is that it clearly conceptualizes "learning culture" and offers straightforward approaches to moving toward this goal."