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Title: A Study of Organizational Management and Business Guidance of Taiwan Farmer's Associations
Authors: 國立臺灣師範大學科技應用與人力資源發展學系
Chien Yu
Chin-Cheh Yu
Chu-Ming Tsai
Yu-Shan Cheng
Tsai-Fang Yu
Issue Date: 28-Aug-2009
Abstract: The Farmers’ Association is an important design in the Taiwan agricultural finance system. In the initial stage of the economical development in Taiwan, the Farmers’ Association, whose branches are widely installed in the villages therefore, is capable of spread and being rooted in the village. They take the responsibility to help agricultural development and serve to stabilize farming village and society, improves farmers’ livelihood, and benefits a great deal in the local finance. The existing the Farmers’ Association provides tremendous contribution to the financial and economic development of the farming village. In this time of recession where the government already has heavy economical burdens as well as the changes in social values, the Farmer’s Associations are now facing vigorous competitions, lack of resources and restrictions for longterm development. As such, it has become necessary for the Farmer’s Associations to enhance its management skills, to reinforce its mission, goal and performance to sustain long-term growth and development. Hence, objective assessment should be objectively made; the leadership coordination and planning should be well conducted by the relevant administration departments to solve the operational predicament of the Farmers’ Association. To hope the result was expected to provide some NPOs and the Farmer’s Associations as reference when making the strategy.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw/handle/77345300/35975
Other Identifiers: ntnulib_tp_E0205_02_081
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