Organizational Innovation and Transformation Series

The Organizational Innovation and Transformation Series is a series of case study reports and articles from the Center on Human Policy related to innovative change, especially organizational change from traditional facility-based, group-based services to individualized supports. The case studies and reports are based on site visits to organizations offering supports for community living and for community employment that are engaged in organizational change initiatives. These initiatives encompass closure of facility-based services as well as the development of new individualized support services. The purpose of the visits, and the written studies and reports, is to learn about and document strategies, lessons, and challenges related to organizational transformation.

This project is funded through a subcontract with the Research and Training Center on Community Living and Employment, University of Minnesota, supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), through Contract No. H133B080005. Members of the Center are encouraged to express their opinions; however, these do not necessarily represent the official position of NIDRR and no endorsement should be inferred.