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Document Title: Child Welfare Organizational Capacities.
Corporate Author: Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative.
Publication Year: 2015
Abstract: Defines "capacity," summarizes five dimensions of capacity that have been identified by research, provides examples of each dimension, and describes why each dimension is important to an organization. The five dimensions are resources, infrastructure, knowledge and skills, culture and climate, and engagement and partnership. This brief, the first in a series of four describing the aspects of the work of the Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative, concludes by addressing the role of capacity and capacity building in improving performance in States, Tribes, and courts.
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Document Title: Building Capacity to Manage Change and Improve Child Welfare Practice.
Corporate Author: Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative.
Publication Year: 2015
Abstract: Describes and summarizes the Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative's evidence-informed approach to the change and implementation process, which is sequenced in five phases: Identify and assess needs; develop theory of change; develop or select solution; plan, prepare, and implement; and evaluate and apply findings. Some phases may need to be completed more than once. The Collaborative's services build capacity for child welfare systems to navigate the process on their own.
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Document Title: Approach to Capacity Building.
Corporate Author: Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative.
Publication Year: 2015
Abstract: Summarizes the complex adaptive systems thinking incorporated into the Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative's approach to capacity building. This brief describes the purpose, vision, and aims of the approach, which requires a foundation of information and data to support identifying needs and assessing capacity; planning and designing services; developing and piloting strategies and tools; delivering services; monitoring and evaluating; and reporting results. The brief, which is one in a series of four, concludes by describing how the approach will enhance access to services, facilitate learning, and increase effectiveness.
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Document Title: The Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative, Brief #4: Capacity Building Services.
Corporate Author: Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative.
Publication Year: 2015
Abstract: Presents the principles underlying service provision for the Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative: that services are collaborative, continuously improving, culturally responsive, data informed, innovative, outcome focused, and proactive. The Collaborative supports coordination, leverages resources, and integrates the three service areas of universal, constituency, and tailored. The brief, one in a series of four, also summarizes the goals, audiences, objectives, and examples of activities for each of the three service areas.