Financial decision making: teacher involvement and the need for trust

@inproceedings{Newcombe1997FinancialDM,
  title={Financial decision making: teacher involvement and the need for trust},
  author={Geoffrey Newcombe and John Mccormick and Fenton G. Sharpe},
  year={1997}
}
Suggests that a desire on the part of teachers to be more involved in the corporate affairs of the school may stem from a lack of trust in the decision makers and the decision‐making processes. To assist those involved in the management of schools, presents a theoretical framework for research and a financial decision‐making model, based on the establishment of a management philosophy built on trust. Demonstrates how this model helps to differentiate management and classroom or technical… CONTINUE READING

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