The management admitted that its main interest was in the money that flowed from the projects, although it and the rest of the staff looked favourably on the employee’s involvement.
Viewed from the outside, it was hard to see a link between the adult education centre and EU projects.
By taking the individual situation of each adult education centre and its organisational culture into account, various patterns can be recognised based on motivation and approach to project work.
Four main types of adult education centre The results are varied and many-sided, as can be illustrated with the help of four typical examples.
The management was looking for something that the centre could unite around, as there had been many conflicts there in the past.
Some staff members got involved in EU projects independently of one another, and they were now used to re-establish internal dialogue.