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J Evid Based Soc Work. 2008;5(1-2):321-59. doi: 10.1300/J394v05n01_12.

Impact of organizational change on organizational culture: implications for introducing evidence-based practice.

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School of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley, USA.

Abstract

Evidence-based practice (EBP) seeks to integrate the expertise of individual practitioners with the best available evidence within the context of the values and expectations of clients. Prior to implementing EBP, it is important to understand the significance that organizational change and organizational culture play. This article seeks to explore the literature associated with both organizational change and organizational culture. The analysis of organizational culture and change draw upon findings from both the private, for-profit sector, and the public, non-profit field. It is divided into four sections: organizational change and innovation, organizational culture, managing organizational culture and change, and finally, applying the findings to the implementation of EBP. While the audience for this analysis is managers in public and nonprofit human service organizations who are considering implementing EBP into their work environment, it is not intended to provide a "how to" guide, but rather a framework for critical thinking.

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19064453
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10.1300/J394v05n01_12
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