Plan for Leading an Adaptive Change in a Local Human Services System

Plan for Leading an Adaptive Change in a Local Human Services System

 

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Plan for Leading an Adaptive Change in a Local Human Services System One of the duties of a leader is to plan to meet the ongoing changes in the context of practice. Some of these changes are driven by changes in policy, funding, economics, demographics, or culture. Each of these drivers acts as a unique trigger that requires the leader to reassess current policy, procedure, and practices to plan to meet these upcoming needs. The purpose of this course project is to demonstrate how you would apply the theories and strategies of leadership and organizational change for a local human services system to adapt to remain relevant in a changing context of practice. Assignment Instructions This is the culminating course project. You will be using the same local human services system you used in the Unit 7 assignment. In a 10–20-page paper: Discuss a specific forecasted change, how it is relevant to the chosen human services system, and the types of adaptive change that would be needed in preparing for this forecasted change. Discuss the culture of the chosen human services system in relation to change, along with cross-cultural issues in meeting the changing needs of the community. To complete this assignment well, incorporate key elements from your previous assignments and some supporting discussion content, as well as feedback from your instructor, into a cohesive leadership plan for adaptive change in a local human services system. Support your paper with a minimum of 15 reputable sources, of which at least 10 are scholarly and peer-reviewed sources and at least five are from government and professional literature. Submission Requirements To complete this assignment successfully, your paper will need to meet the following specifications: Communication: Use professional academic writing and apply current APA format and style appropriately. Resources: Support your work with a minimum of 15 scholarly sources. Include the required readings as well as additional reputable sources. Length of paper: 15–20 typed, double-spaced pages. Font and size: Times New Roman, 12 point.