A research project using naturalistic inquiry was undertaken to learn which systems of planning, prioritizing and scheduling extension publications are in use throughout the country. Data from those states determined to have such systems were used to create a model. That model became the basis for a new planning and scheduling system adopted in Texas in 1995. The system has achieved its main goals: helping the publications staff manage their workload; and giving county agents a voice in determining which publications are printed.
Winn, Judy F.
"A Model for Extension Publication Planning and Scheduling Systems,"
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