Tag Archive: Organisational Development

The Role of Capacity Building Training in Community Development Work in Myanmar

Capacity building, through training in development interventions, has been utilized in Myanmar by many International Non-Governmental Organizations, Local Non-Governmental Organizations, Community Based Organizations and the United Nations Agencies. Those organizations aim to empower and develop human resources for effective development activities and organizational development. Although it has been practiced, there has not been any research …

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Characteristics of the Evangelical Faith-based Organisational Environment and its Role in Shaping Development Views and Practices: A Study of Norwegian Lutheran Mission

This thesis suggests that, to some extent, the hybrid characteristic of some mission organizations, combining evangelism and development activities, influences organizational learning, identity and understandings of purpose. This, in turn, seems to influence how development views and practices are being shaped among missionaries and other field workers. Furthermore, this thesis suggests that a high degree …

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