Flashcards in Chapter 6 Deck (30):
This outlines the "ideal state or ultimate level of achievement to which an organization aspires"
An organization's core, underlying purpose, or basis for its existence, focus and actions.
Development of a community-based program requires an OT to use a _______ ______ instead of the individual patient model.
What are the best practices in creating a mission statement?
1. Do research
2. It is not a resume repeated
3. Avoid emptiness
4. Keep it short
5. Be discipline-specific
6. Write clearly and concisely
7. Ask others
8. Do not settle
______ _______ includes the goals, objectives, activities, and desired outcomes of the program.
According to Brownson, this spells out the details of the program and specifies who is responsible for each procedure and activity.
Many organizations now use ______ ______ for program implementation.
Statement of a quantifiable desired future state or condition.
Measurable, short-term, and usually contain a time line for completion
T/F: Too many goals and objectives can make a program appear incoherent and disconnected, and poses challenges to successful completion.
SMART stands for what?
Specific, Measurement, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely
This can aid in writing appropriate program objectives.
T/F: Goal writing in community settings is similar to that in other practices, just applied more detailed.
False: applied more BROADLY
A sum of funds donated to an organization to cover the costs of a program.
Fee that identifies a program payment based on a participant's income
Items in the budget that will be funded by the program's income
Costs required to implement the program, including overhead and administrative costs
two or more individuals with a high degree of interdependence geared toward the achievement of a goal or completion of a task
The four stages of team development are what?
The stage in team development where team members get to know one another and goals and tasks are established.
Stage of team development where team members begin to voice opinions, dysfunction can occur with arguments about goals or roles.
Stage of team development where team members agree on expectations, trust develops, and roles become clearly understood.
Stage of team development with shared leadership, and tasks are completed effectively and efficiently.
According to Patrick Lencioni, author of Five Dysfunctions of a Team, when do teams become dysfunctional?
When there is an absence of trust, fear of conflict, lack of commitment, and inattention to results.
This is formed between two or more sectors to achieve a common goal that could not otherwise be accomplished separately.
Collection of community members who provide feedback to a program.
Group of individuals who guide the organization in its mission, finances, and programming.
Board of directors
This is more than simply having the funding to continue a program and includes other factors that influence the program's ongoing success.
T/F: Budget is an important component of program design and implementation.
True- Not sure what else to put for review of program design and implementation.