Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation

1994
1994. The Oglala Lakota Judiciary: Meeting Nontribal Demands and Tribal Needs | Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation . View Report (PDF)Abstract

The judicial branch of the Oglala Sioux Tribe's government suffers from both existing and potentil problems. As an institution that houses the court, the police, and the prosecuting functions of tribal governance, the problems are especially critical. Operational barriers, questions of credibility, and possibly distorted goals plague the organizations that compose the judicial system. Correcting these problems involves serious foundational restructuring. Highly recimmended optins are...

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1994. The Repatriation Project of the Oglala Sioux Nation A Report to the Repatriation Committee | Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation. View Report (PDF)Abstract
1990
1990. Cedar Pass LodgeA Teaching Case Study in Tribal Management for Oglala Lakota College. | . View Report (PDF)Abstract

This case was written by Miriam R. Jorgensen for use at Oglala Lakota College and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University; it was prepared under the direction of Professors Stephen Cornell and Joseph Kalt, co-directors of the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development. Support was provided by the Kellogg Foundation through the Managers as Warriors Program at Oglala Lakota College. THis case was designed to generate class discussion and IS NOT based on actual events. Facts and figures are generally accurate, to allow effective classroom decision-making, but the meeting described herein is entirely fictional.

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Miriam Jorgensen. 1990. “Nebraska Sioux Lean Beef, Part A. A Teaching Case Study in Tribal Management for Oglala Lakota Collge”. View Report (PDF)Abstract

This case was written by Miriam R. Jorgensen for use at Oglala Lakota College; it was prepared under the direction of Professors Stephen Cornell and Joseph Kalt, co-directors of the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development. Support was provided by the Kellogg Foundation through the Managers as Warriors Program at Oglala Lakota College. This case was designed as the basis for class discussion rather than to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a managerial and administrative situation. Neither is it intended as an investigative report, so certain facts may have been altered.

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Miriam Jorgensen. 1990. Nebraska Sioux Lean Beef, Part B. View Report (PDF)Abstract

"…In the spring of 1986, financier Scott Bates entered into a joint venture agreement with the Oglala Sioux Tribe to organize Nebraska Sioux Lean Beef, Inc. The corporation purchased a partially defunct packing plant in the nearby, but off-reservation town of Gordon, Nebraska, a move which was to provide substantial profit for the Tribe and employment opportunities for tribal members..."

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Miriam Jorgensen. 1990. “A Teaching Supplement to "Nebraska Sioux Lean Beef, Part B"”. View Report (PDF)Abstract

Nebraska Sioux Lean Beef, Part B - Questions and Points of Discussion

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