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  • Distributive efficiency give to the ones who gain the most utility from it.

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  • 1. Leadership and Administrative DynamicsEckerd Fall 2010
  • 2. Agenda Human Can you measure human behavior change? behavior Displaying The importance of displaying data for staff and public data consumption. Mental models Good leaders create mental models for staff to follow. Technology How technology is rapidly changing what we know about clients. Predictive Predicting future behavior and prevention. modeling Memo writing Read memos in class.
  • 3. The Necessity of Collaboration• Human Service Organizations are part of a larger ecosystem of actors• They need to engage many different stakeholders if they hope to address today’s pressing social and environmental challenges.• Strong peripheral vision—seeing and developing a shared understanding of the system in which they operate• The Collective whole: systems mapping, data visualization, and network mapping tools now makes it easier to see a collective whole that was previously only visible in pieces.
  • 4. • Kaldor-Hicks efficiency (named forKaldor-Hicks Nicholas Kaldor and John Hicks is a measure of economic efficiency . An outcome is considered more efficient if a Pareto optimal outcome can be reached by providing sufficient compensation for those that are made better off to those that are made worse off. • What does this mean in the context of human services decision making?
  • 5. Pareto efficiency vs Kaldor-HicksPARETO KALDOR-HICKS• Pareto efficiency requires making • A more efficient outcome can in every party involved better off (or fact leave some people worse off at least no worse off).
  • 6. John Farmer and Mary Organic • John Farmer • Has 10 acres of land where he grows apples, peaches , pears and vegetables. He uses pesticides. • Mary Organic • Has 3 acres of land where she grows blueberries, corn and tomatoes 100% organically.
  • 7. Is this Pareto Efficient? • John now • Mary now has 9 of acres has 20 acres of land. land
  • 8. Decisions nonprofit and government leadershave to make with limited resources. Kaldor-Hicks: When do Tropicana Field benefits exceed the costs? • Rays in St. Petersburg. The benefits should be • Low income families displaced. enough that those that win Focus services on a specific area (distributive could in theory efficiency) • Outcomes measurable. compensate the losers. • Others in need receive no services Society as a whole Stage 3 •Second level of text here benefits. Stage4 •Smart art is quite powerful
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