Chiseled in sand: perspectives on change in human services organizations
This book imparts to readers a sense of working in human service organizations and programs by providing a balance of theoretical perspectives and rich, real-life examples from a range of settings. The authorsā€”one a veteran of human service organizations and the other a young person entering the fieldā€”describe their personal experiences trying to create or cope with change in a complex, fast-paced environment and also present the views of others working with contemporary human service organizations.
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APPLYING ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ACTUALIZING THE VISION
OPENING THE GATES
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