Learning Organizations and Change
Intersectionality: A tool for gender and economic justice. (Facts and issues, no. 9). (247K pdf)
Barefoot Collective. (2009).
The barefoot guide to working with organisations and social change. Book is available for download.
Barefoot Collective. (2011).
The barefoot guide to learning practices in organisations and social change. Book is available for download.
Berkes, F. (2009).
Evolution of co-management: Role of knowledge generation, bridging organizations and social learning. Journal of Environmental Management, 90(5), 1692-1702. (STFX only)
Britton, B. (2002).
Learning for change: Principles and practices of learning organisations. Sundbyberg: Swedish Mission Council.
Cogburn, D. L. (2006).
Inclusive internet governance: Enhancing multistakeholder participation through geographically distributed policy collaboratories. In J. Kurbalija & V. Katrandjiev (Eds.), Multistakeholder diplomacy: Challenges and opportunities, pp. 45-65. Malta: DiploFoundation. (259K pdf)
Creech, H., Laurie, M., Paas, L. & Parry. J-E. (2012).
Performance improvement and assessment of collaboration: Starting points for networks and communities of practice. (Draft). (1.21 Mb pdf)
Davenport, T. H. & Prusak, L. (2000).
Working knowledge: How organizations manage what they know.
David, R. & Mancini, A. (2004).
Going against the flow: Making organisational systems part of the solution rather than part of the problem. (Lessons for change in policy & organisations, no. 8). Brighton: IDS. (165K pdf)
Gaventa, J. (2006).
Finding the spaces for change: A power analysis. IDS Bulletin, 37(6), 23-33. (120K pdf)
Groberg, D. (n.d.).
Five moments of truth in becoming a leader. (2.96 Mb pdf)
Gurumurthy, A. & Singh, P. (2005).
Political economy of the information society: A southern view. Montevideo: ITeM. (310K pdf)
Hailey, J. & James, R. (2002).
Learning leaders: The key to learning organisations. Development in Practice, 12(3-4), 398-408. (STFX only)
Haythornthwaite, C., et al. (2007).
Theories and models of and for online learning. First Monday, 12(8).
Heres, M. (2007).
Aid is a knowledge industry: NGOs: learning from experience?
Hulsebosch, J., Marcilly, B. & Schaeffers, L. (2006).
Uniting through networks: The art of fostering ICT for development (ICT4D) networks. Knowledge Management for Development, 2(2).
McLaren, K. & Kelleher, D. (2005).
New horizons in organizational development. Au Courant, 13(2), 6-9. (633K pdf)
Mendizabal, E. (2006).
Understanding networks: The functions of research policy networks. (Working paper no. 271). London: ODI. (141K pdf)
Padaki, V. (2002).
Making the organisation learn: Demystification and management action. Development in Practice, 12(3-4), 321-337. (STFX only).
Padaki, V. (2003). Social institutions in development. In V. Padaki & M. Vaz,
Institutional development in social interventions: Towards inter-organizational effectiveness (pp. 19-40). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Library has copy: 658.044 P13i.
Ramalingam, B. (2005).
Implementing knowledge strategies: Lessons from international development agencies. (Working paper no. 244). London: ODI. (375K pdf)
Rauh, K. (2010).
NGOs, foreign donors, and organizational processes: Passive NGO recipients or strategic actors? McGill Sociological Review, 1, 29-45.
Roper, L. & Pettit, J. (2002).
Development and the learning organisation: An introduction. Development in Practice, 12(3-4), 258-271. (STFX only).
Saunders, R. (2004).
Passion and commitment under stress: Human resource issues in Canada's non-profit sector - a synthesis report. Canadian Policy Research Networks. (1.51 Mb pdf)
Ury, W. (2003).
Wheatley, M. & Frieze, D. (2010).
Leadership in the age of complexity: From hero to host. (81K pdf)
Wyatt, M. (2004).
A handbook of NGO governance. (1.35 Mb pdf)