By Monica E. Oss Every health and human service organization needs a strategy for the path ahead to continued competitive advantage and sustainability – and usually that path demands change of some part (or all) of the organization.  But, as I've written about before, the track record for organization transformation in our field is spotty at best. Recently, I was reminded that not all organizational change must be of the “all of nothing” approach while reading the H&HN Daily article by Dan Beckham, Moving into the Future Deliberately and Incrementally. He writes: Volatile environments can be dangerous environments. Volatility can snap the necks and break the backs of those who presume…
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