ACJI Blog Articles
Ensure your change initiative doesn’t get further eclipsed by poor problem diagnosis and solving. Learn the difference between technical and adaptive problems and solutions.
There is little implementation in the comfort zone and little comfort in the implementation zone. We cannot expect to change our practices, habits, culture, organization, and outcomes without a corresponding change in our perception of what is comfortable.
On a mission to improve reentry outcomes for their communities, grass roots organizations are emerging to address some of the greatest challenges facing people leaving incarceration. These organizations have staff and leadership with lived experience, passion, a wide breadth of knowledge, talent, and wisdom that is not taught via a criminal justice degree.
The ACJI team shares what each of its own leaders considers essential Implementation Leadership learning–something every alumni should remind themselves of from time to time.
Probation and parole professionals are invited to attend the full-day event in Chicago at no cost.
For many, it’s just not possible to pull people out of work to sit in a room for training. But is Zoom fatigue real?
ACJI has begun a five-year criminal justice data analysis and is offering a FREE Implementation Impact Tool to bill drafters, legislators, and agency heads.