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Author Sanderson, Helen, 1965-

Title Creating Person-Centred Organisations : Strategies and Tools for Managing Change in Health, Social Care and the Voluntary Sector
Published London : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (338 pages)
Contents Creating Person-Centred Organisations Strategies and Tools for Managing Change in Health, Social Care and the Voluntary Sector; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1 Person-Centred Organisations; Chapter 2 Person-Centred Practices and ConventionalOrganisation Development; Chapter 3 Vision, Mission, Values and Strategy; Chapter 4 Organisation Design; Chapter 5 Working Together and Engaging Everyone; Chapter 6 Creating a Person-Centred Culture; Chapter 7 Leadership; Chapter 8 Human Resource Management; Chapter 9 Person-Centred Teamworking; Chapter 10 Enabling Risk
Chapter 11 Measuring and Improving QualityChapter 12 Managing Change; Chapter 13 Conclusion; Appendix 1 Progress for Providers; Appendix 2 Progress for Providers for Managers; Endnotes; About the Authors and Contributors; Index; Blank Page;
Summary Person-centred thinking and planning are approaches that enable people using social care and health services to plan their future, and use a personal budget to commission personalised services. Creating Person-Centred Organisations is a guide for organisations who want to deliver personalised services. Key issues covered include attending to the vision, strategy and business planning of the organisation, as well as organisational processes, culture and managing change. Drawing on the pioneering work of the social care charity United Response, the authors provide a wealth of practical tools and
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Subject Medical social work -- Administration.
Organizational change.
Public health administration.
Social service.
Social work administration.
Form Electronic book
Author Stirk, Stephen, 1953-
ISBN 0857005499
0857005499 (electronic bk.)
9780857005496 (electronic bk.)