Cases in Macro Social Work Practice
Pearson Allyn and Bacon, 2008 - Social Science - 276 pages
The Third Edition of Cases in Macro Social Work Practice provides relevant, contemporary, macro practice case scenarios that reflect practice dilemmas and challenges typically experienced by social workers in organizational, community, and policy practice areas.
It emphasizes the change process in both domestic and international settings by using a theoretical and practice perspective, and follows the outline of the Fourth Edition of Social Work Macro Practice--written by F. Ellen Netting, Peter Kettner, and Steven McMurtry.
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When you make a cultural change of going from a geographically niched agency
to a statewide organization, you need to spend time and energy to make that shift
with your operating board. You have to figure out how you bring everybody ...
You know "The Charge of the Light Brigade" mentality, where you follow her or
him into "The Valley of Death." People won't do that anymore; they want to know
where we are going, why we are going there, and how we are going to get there.
"Joe," he said to his long-time colleague, "this place isn't going to be like it has
been — plain and simple. We are going to have to act more like a business rather
than a classic social welfare agency with grants coming in on a regular basis.
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