"The future is not some unknown sphere over which we have little control, rather it is a prospect we can envision, and do much to create". -- from Problem Solving in Recreation and ParksProblem Solving is unique! No wonder it has sold over 30,000 copies. It is the only case study book available in the recreation and parks area! The authors write about how to confidently meet the challenges of an ever-changing leisure service profession. They present concepts that will assist students and managers in developing problem solving skills. They also cover specific problem solving techniques, including brainstorming, role playing, and delegation. The book includes 100 real-life case studies with which to sharpen problem-solving skills!