By John Talbot, Ph.D. Friday, June 20, 2012 I spend a lot of my time working with providers on developing effective strategic plans, but no matter how brilliant the strategy, if it is not implemented, it will be a failure. One of the biggest barriers to the successful implementation of strategy is a "disconnect" between the strategy and organizational culture. Here are the two disconnects that I see challenging health and human service organizations. Confusing the means with the ends – The means (how we are doing something) becomes much more important than the end (the mission of the organization). For example, the mission…
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