The Human Services Value Curve

The Human Services Value Curve

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The Human Services Value Curve is not a one-size fits all solution, but rather a framework to help leaders envision and create a path for their organization. In addition, the levels of the Human Services Value Curve are fluid, meaning that you may see your organization at various levels depending on the program.

In traversing the curve, a growing “outcomes orientation” drives innovations in the organizational model (the way work is organized and governed) and innovations in the technological model (the way work is improved through systems and information technology). The resulting increase in capacity enables the human services organization to mature and deliver broader and more valuable outcomes.

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