This comprehensive reference list includes a compilation of papers, reports, peer-reviewed journal articles and other relevant resources addressing organizational culture and climate
Document Category: Organizational Culture and Climate
This video describes common challenges and the important role workers had in selecting a workforce intervention to test as part of the QIC-WD project. It also summarizes the interventions selected to address a variety of workforce strategies.
In this video, organizational culture and climate expert Dr. Tony Hemmelgarn describes the impact of organizational social context on child welfare agencies. He also discusses how culture and climate impact the families served by child welfare agencies and how the QIC-WD is using this information in its work.
“Communication is the key to success…” Listen to QIC-WD site representatives from Washington, Louisiana, Virginia, and Milwaukee, WI talk about the strategies they used to introduce and support a workforce initiative in their child welfare agency.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services partnered with select counties to implement a supportive supervision and resiliency intervention. This video highlights the experience of workers, supervisors, and administrators who were involved in Coach Ohio, their intervention to support the child welfare workforce.
The Division of Milwaukee Child Protective Services worked with the QIC-WD to address organizational culture and climate. This video highlights the experience of workers, supervisors, and administrators who were involved in ARC, an intervention to bring worker voice to agency decision making.
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians worked with the QIC-WD to develop an onboarding program. This video highlights the experience of workers, supervisors, and leaders who speak to the importance of cultural understanding and implementing a process that introduces workers to all functions of the agency as well as the job.
When it comes to efforts to improve workforce outcomes, how would you describe the relationship between human resources (HR) and child welfare leadership in your agency? Is the working relationship collaborative or are the divisions siloed? Do child welfare and HR departments routinely share information, needs, data, and expertise? Is HR involved in child welfare …
Organizational communication describes a connection between poor communication, negative attitudes towards the workplace, and decreased worker satisfaction. Conversely, in an environment where communication is valued by management, staff can be encouraged to participate in practice and policy change. The Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development (QIC-WD) is working with eight jurisdictions to develop and test …
An overview of perceptions of organizational politics, their value, and what contributes to them.