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Culture is King: Organizational Culture and It's Impact on Implementation
The justice system is entangled in grueling era of change. Staff in community supervision agencies are coping with multiple and sometimes competing initiatives. We see parallel changes in jails, prisons, courts, and law around us. We are implementing evidence-based practices and programs and innovating to get better results. Along the way, we confront the arduous and sometimes unforgiving elements of our organizations and environments that inhibit our ability to get measurable lasting change. What we have come to realize is that if you fail to diagnose and fully understand organizational culture, even highly resourced change efforts will become its victim. In this presentation we will explore the commanding impact that organizational culture has on our ability to create sustainable and meaningful change. We will introduce a tool designed to help leaders and innovators diagnose and dialogue about their organization’s culture and its impact on efforts.

Learning Objective 1: Participants will learn the basic research and statistics that underlie the importance of applying implementation science and organizational science to criminal justice settings.
Learning Objective 2: Participants will learn a data-supported argument that organizational culture serves an implicit but dominant role in the success or failure of implementation science.
Learning Objective 3: Participants will receive the Organizational Culture Dialogue Tool and learn how to apply it to their organizational culture.

Aug 24, 2022 12:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Alexandra Walker
Director of Community Relations & Strategy @ACJI
Dr. Alexandra Walker over 20 years of experience in the field of reentry and behavioral health. She offers a diverse background in evidence-based practices, training, program development, implementation science, and treatment modalities. Dr. Walker has a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Corrections and Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and a PhD in Sociology from Colorado State University. She has worked on a myriad of federal, state, and local justice initiatives and research projects. Most recently she transitioned from the Colorado Parole Board as Vice Chair to co-found and run the Alliance for Community and Justice Innovation. Dr. Walker has managed implementation efforts large and small across the correctional space in both community based and institutional corrections. She is well versed in the development, implementation, and measurement of fidelity to evidence-based practices and programming.