Implementation Planning and Capacity Building at a Glance - Center for States - Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative
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Change and Implementation at a Glance: Implementation Planning and Capacity Building
Explore considerations for planning and building capacity for equitable implementation of new programs and practices.
Capacity Building Center for States
Implementation is more likely to be successful when the groundwork is laid through careful planning and capacity building with a focus on racial equity and in partnership with people with lived expertise. Use this ”at a glance” overview to explore implementation planning and capacity-building tasks and discover how to get the most out of your process by intentionally focusing on racial equity and integrating lived expertise.
Capacity Building Center for States. (2023). Change and implementation at a glance: Implementation planning and capacity building. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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Consider ways to be intentional about advancing race equity while implementing new child welfare programs and practices. This publication includes questions for teams to consider throughout change and implementation processes—from the earliest stages of exploring a problem to identifying solutions to ensuring sustainable implementation.