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date: 21 June 2021

Management: Practice Interventionslocked

Management: Practice Interventionslocked

  • Kristina JaskyteKristina JaskyteSchool of Social Work, University of Georgia


This entry reviews major intraorganizational and extraorganizational management strategies found in the prescriptive as well as empirically based literature that promote organizational effectiveness and responsiveness to clients. Obtaining support and stakeholder management constitute two major areas for extraorganizational practices.

Among the most often discussed targets for intraorganizational management interventions are leadership practices, board practices, organizational culture, organizational structure, and worker attitudes.


  • Administration and Management
  • Clinical and Direct Practice

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