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"Samverkan är dagens mantra inom all offentlig verksamhet" En jämförelse mellan två samverkansmodeller

Anderson Åhlfeldt, Emilie LU and Hall, Sarah LU (2010) SOPA63 20092
School of Social Work
Abstract (Swedish)
The aim of this study is to compare the implementation process and adoption of two cooperation models, used by public organizations to coordinate the work with children’s mental health, by comparing the views of the management with the views of the staff, within children’s psychiatrics, school and social services. The study was based on interviews with eight people from the management and a questionnaire answered by 53 people from the staff. In this study four people from each model, representing the mentioned public organizations and the project leader have been interviewed. Five themes were identified and discussed. These were: the history and background to the development of the two cooperation models, the substance and target group of... (More)
The aim of this study is to compare the implementation process and adoption of two cooperation models, used by public organizations to coordinate the work with children’s mental health, by comparing the views of the management with the views of the staff, within children’s psychiatrics, school and social services. The study was based on interviews with eight people from the management and a questionnaire answered by 53 people from the staff. In this study four people from each model, representing the mentioned public organizations and the project leader have been interviewed. Five themes were identified and discussed. These were: the history and background to the development of the two cooperation models, the substance and target group of each model, the management and staffs views for each respective implementation process, if the models have been evaluated and if there are any statistics of the use of each model and also which results the cooperation models have generated, and finally which possibilities and obstacles the models may bring. To analyze these themes we have used a model and a concept from the new institutionalism theory, within organizational analysis, and an implementation theory. At the end of our essay we present that there is an agreement between the management’s and the staff’s views on how the implementation has been done, to what extent and who has been in charge of it. However there seems to be a disagreement between the management’s and the staff’s experience concerning how the cooperation models are followed. Our study shows that the management believe that cooperation has increased and is more effective since the introduction of the models. Here the results between the staff from the different models differ. The general opinion of the management and staff, according to our study, is that cooperation is something that brings a lot of possibilities and better chances for the target group. (Less)
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author
Anderson Åhlfeldt, Emilie LU and Hall, Sarah LU
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organization
alternative title
"Cooperation is today's mantra within the public sector" A comparison of two cooperation models.
course
SOPA63 20092
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
mental illness, implementation, Cooperation, cooperation models
language
Swedish
id
1530876
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2010-01-25 08:45:55
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  abstract     = {The aim of this study is to compare the implementation process and adoption of two cooperation models, used by public organizations to coordinate the work with children’s mental health, by comparing the views of the management with the views of the staff, within children’s psychiatrics, school and social services. The study was based on interviews with eight people from the management and a questionnaire answered by 53 people from the staff. In this study four people from each model, representing the mentioned public organizations and the project leader have been interviewed. Five themes were identified and discussed. These were: the history and background to the development of the two cooperation models, the substance and target group of each model, the management and staffs views for each respective implementation process, if the models have been evaluated and if there are any statistics of the use of each model and also which results the cooperation models have generated, and finally which possibilities and obstacles the models may bring. To analyze these themes we have used a model and a concept from the new institutionalism theory, within organizational analysis, and an implementation theory. At the end of our essay we present that there is an agreement between the management’s and the staff’s views on how the implementation has been done, to what extent and who has been in charge of it. However there seems to be a disagreement between the management’s and the staff’s experience concerning how the cooperation models are followed. Our study shows that the management believe that cooperation has increased and is more effective since the introduction of the models. Here the results between the staff from the different models differ. The general opinion of the management and staff, according to our study, is that cooperation is something that brings a lot of possibilities and better chances for the target group.},
  author       = {Anderson Åhlfeldt, Emilie and Hall, Sarah},
  keyword      = {mental illness,implementation,Cooperation,cooperation models},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {"Samverkan är dagens mantra inom all offentlig verksamhet" En jämförelse mellan två samverkansmodeller},
  year         = {2010},
}