6.2 Using Organizational Change Strategies to Create a Systemic Approach to Ending Homelessness

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Conference Presentation | February 24, 2014

Files: Using Organizational Change Strategies to Create a Systemic Approach to Ending Homelessness by Kay Moshier McDivitt,, et al. (PDF | 2.7 MB | 49 slides)

6.2 Using Organizational Change Strategies to Create a Systemic Approach to Ending Homelessness

Participating in a systemic approach to ending homelessness challenges service providers to rethink many aspects of their programming. Organizations may have to change their internal policies, their organizational structures, and in some cases, their founding missions and components of their programming to better fit the broader community’s needs. This workshop will examine the use of the learning collaborative model to help organizations adapt to system-level changes while creating smooth transitions for staff, funders, and consumers.