SOCIAL AGENCY BOARDS AND HOW TO MAKE THEM EFFECTIVE by Clarence King

SOCIAL AGENCY BOARDS AND HOW TO MAKE THEM EFFECTIVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The author is a professor of public welfare administration and community organization, and this is a handbook outlining the importance and functions of ""boards,"" ""commissions,"" ""councils,"" committees"" etc., in both public and private public welfare organizations. Why they are needed, how they function, the type of people who should serve on them, how the board should be organized, how it should interpret its work to the public and interpret the community to the board, its contribution in launching new movements and giving continuity to the work in hand. A book that should be helpful to groups or members of communities where agencies of welfare are going to be organized.

Publisher: Harper