Golden Oldies

December 2010
Management Services;Winter2010, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p38
Academic Journal
The article offers information about a study on the impact of systems thinking (ST) on service performance in the housing sector of Great Britain. It reveals that most social landlords are now present at a local level with a social motivation, expanding their role in improving or protecting neighborhood conditions, developing mixed income communities and offering advice to their tenants. Updates on housing associations and central homes are included. Also discussed is the ST methodology and the development of an evaluation framework for ST.


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