Whanake: the Pacific Journal of Community Development
Higher Education | Social Work
This case study describes the leadership component of the Social Work Education Enhancement Project (SWEEP), an international collaboration designed to strengthen the capacity of Vietnam’s undergraduate social work programmes to deliver quality education. SWEEP strategies for building capacity in leadership and administration include the following: 1) leadership development, 2) development of university-specific and collective strategic plans, and 3) improving collaboration among leaders. Thematic analysis of qualitative evaluation data identified eight effective elements of the leadership programme. Findings underscore the importance of partnership and flexibility in planning, as well as the value of supporting a leadership consortium to guide ongoing national efforts for improving higher education in social work.
Laurie Drabble, Edward Cohen, Hoa Nguyen, Alice Hines, Debbie Faires, Tuan Tran, and Patrick Thanh Ngo. "Partnering with educational leaders to advance social work education in Vietnam" Whanake: the Pacific Journal of Community Development (2017): 8-19.
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This article was published in Whanake: the Pacific Journal of Community Development, volume 3, issue 2, and can also be found online at this link.
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