A continuous and curious approach that has no ultimate end and no defined winner or loser can lead to stronger and more reliable outcomes.
IMPLEMENTATION LEADERSHIP BLOG
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Implementation Science asks justice leaders to help their teams understand The Why behind an effort. Here’s how to shift the focus from rules to mindsets.
Culture is king over change. If you want to succeed at implementing a new or reenergizing an existing program, policy, or initiative, you need to start by understanding organizational culture.
Make the failing forward concept part of your every day consciousness at work. It’s time for those working in justice to try something new.
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.