Organizational Change for the Human Services is designed for managers and other leaders in human service organizations (HSOs) and students in graduate programs in social work, nonprofit management, public administration, and human resource management.
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Human service organizations (HSOs) are faced with challenges and opportunities ranging from improving effectiveness and efficiency to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion. However, organizational change can be a difficult process and does not occur without a catalyst. Organizational Change for the Human Services presents an evidence-based conceptual framework for planning and implementing change within HSOs.
This book outlines the process for organizational change from identifying a problem to following a strategy for success. Thomas Packard presents discussions on various methods such as team building, employee surveys, cultural change, organization redesign, and intrapraneurship. Case examples demonstrate how individuals can put theory into practice within their organizations. Written for current and future HSO leaders, this book delves into the tactics and change methods that will help guide
individuals to enact change within their organizations. Packard has created an invaluable resource for HSO leaders who aspire to provide the best services and care for the clients and communities they serve.