Title page for ETD etd-08142006-110119
|Type of Document
||Jahn, Larry G.
||An analysis of the implementation of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service's Performance Planning, Counseling, and Evaluation program using the Probability of Adoption of Change model
||Higher Education Administration
|Creamer, Donald G.
|Earthman, Glen I.
|Camp, William G.
|Morgan, Samuel D.
|Parks, David J.
- change models
- organizational development
- planned change
- Cooperative Extension Service
|Date of Defense
The purpose of the study was to explain the
proportion of the variance in the level of implementation
of the Performance Planning, Counseling, and Evaluation
(PPC&E) program that could be attributed to the nine
Probability of Adoption of Change (PAC) model constructs.
Level of implementation was operationally defined as the
degree to which county directors implemented the many
elements of the PPC&E program. The nine PAC model
constructs included: advantage probability, championship,
circumstances, idea comprehensibility, opposition,
practicality, strategies, superintendency, and value
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