Innovative Administration as a Catalyst to Enhanced Living

An innovative workshop to assess the need for organizational modification as a catalyst to enhanced housing and living environments for ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran residents recently took place at the Negev rehabilitation village.

Yossi Shavit, head of the ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran Center for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Disability and Rehabilitation Research, promoted the concept of innovative administration which generated the workshop. Led by Chagit Landsman, Director of Services, Therapy and Housing, and organized by Limor Peretz, Deputy Director of ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran, the workshop addressed key issues concerning division of roles and responsibility, principles for transferring information, necessary resources and tools, and development of realistic points of action. Discussion focused on how innovative administrative processes can lead to achievement of three major goals:

  1. Improved quality of treatment.
  2. Staff stabilization and increase in staff satisfaction.
  3. Effective work methodology.

Every change creates opportunity, and properly adapted, significant changes allow for creation of real value that can impact lives and lead to enhanced quality of living, an undeniable right for people of all abilities.

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