Human Services as Complex Organizations
SAGE Publications, 13. apr. 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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... Needs The effective delivery of human services requires fairly tightly cou- pled relationships between nonprofit service providers and public fund- ers in order to insure that funder priorities reflect client or community needs as ...
... needs the agency more than it needs him or her . In contrast , potential clients having extensive personal resources ( e.g. , income and education ) or highly desirable attributes ( e.g. , youth , verbal skills , and intelligence ) ...
... needs , strengths , and histories . It then moves into a discus- sion of common approaches to meeting the needs of minority popula- tions and of the strengths and shortcomings of these approaches . A final section looks at the ...
Understanding Human Service Organizations
Theoretical Approaches to Human Service Organizations
Linking the Organization to Its Environment
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