Sensemaking and the management of older volunteers
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
School of Management
Faculty of Business and Law
This study explores the experiences of older volunteers and their managers in particular when a change in the perfonnance of the volunteer is noticed by the manager. The impetus for this study was an expressed concern of the managers of volunteers which classified the management of 'older volunteers" as being somehow different from their younger counterparts. Conducted within an interpretivist framework this study employed a two-phase methodology comprising a context setting descriptive quantitative study followed by an in-depth qualitative grounded theory approach. The importance of the in-depth examination revealed the importance of context to the management process.
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Paull, M. (2007). Sensemaking and the management of older volunteers. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/287
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