Human Services as Complex Organizations
SAGE Publications, 1992 - 400 sider
With examples from a variety of organizations - such as social service agencies, hospitals, schools, child guidance clinics and family service agencies - this volume examines current theory on human services as complex organizations.
The contributors emphasize how organizational characteristics affect the delivery of services and the patterns of relations between staff and clients. They also address structural features shared by organizations, including high frequency of staff stress and burnout and problems of effectiveness evaluation.
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... increased each year to 1977 , and then declined steadily until 1980 when the number increased again . For DCCs , the data in Figure 3.4 show that after the first year , the number of disband- ings increased each year to 1976. They ...
... increased ability to attract and retain qualified staff . Relatedly , in exchange for increased legiti- macy and other resources , institutionally linked DCCs are likely to accept minimum standards of performance . This implies more ...
... increased competition for employees and increased difficulty in retaining expe- rienced staff ( Lawlor , 1991 ) . Additionally , increases in the number of two - earner families participating in the work force will generate in- creased ...
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