Specializations: Nonprofit and Civic Leadership, Strategic Leadership, Human Resource Management
Phone: (850) 644-7614
Dr. Brower is an Associate Professor and serves as Director of the
Center for Civic and Nonprofit Leadership. His research and teaching
interests include organization behavior and theory, qualitative research
methods, organizational change and development, nonprofit management,
and capacity building in the independent sector..
Ph.D., SUNY- Albany, Public Administration
Brower, R. S., Choi, S. O.; Jeong, H-S., & Dilling, J. (2009) "Forms of Inter- Organizational Learning in Emergency Management Networks." Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 6(1),
Article 66.Brower, R.S. & H-S. Jeong (2008). “Grounded Analysis: Going BeyondDescription to Drive Theory from Qualitative Data.” In K. Yang and G. J.Miller, eds., Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration,2nd Ed. Boca Raton , FL : CRC Press.
Jeong, H-S. & R.S. Brower (2008). “Extending the Present Understanding of Organizational Sensemaking: Three Stages and Three Contexts.” Administration & Society, 40, 223-252.
Thatcher, J.B., R.S. Brower, & R.M. Mason (Forthcoming).
“Organizational Fields and the Diffusion of Information Technologies
Within and Across the Nonprofit and Public Sectors: A Preliminary
Theory.” American Review of Public Administration.
Awards and Achievement
Volunteer Florida Partnership Award, Co-recipient with Professor
Frances Berry; Presented by Volunteer Florida at their Ten-Year Anniversary
Celebration, Tallahassee, FL, November 2003.
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