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Managing technical assistance : a practitioner's handbook

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Title:Managing technical assistance : a practitioner's handbook
Authors:Sunshine, Russell B.
East-West Center
LC Subject Headings:Technical assistance - Management
Technology transfer - Management
Date Issued:1995
Publisher:Honolulu, HI : East-West Center
Abstract:This handbook is primarily written for fellow practitioners of technical assistance management both in consulting firms charged with responsibility for performing the lead project-management roles and in client governments and donor organizations that, respectively, host and finance those projects. The book will also be of interest to scholars and students of development management, international development, development assistance, public administration, cross-cultural communication, and contemporary Southeast Asian economics and politics.
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Table of Contents:Assisting Laos: a case study -- Points of departure: project planning -- Consultant selection, and project design -- Effective time management in technical assistance projects -- Who’s who in technical assistance: parties and interests, roles and relationships -- Technical assistance as technology transfer -- Facilitating sustainable development -- Technical assistance administration and finance -- Evaluating technical assistance -- Final lessons from Laos: parting reflections for technical assistance managers.
Pages/Duration:xiv, 321 p.
Rights:©1995 by the East-West Center. All rights reserved.
Appears in Collections: East-West Center Books, Reports, and Other Printed Media

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