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Five somewhat random ideas involving training and development and affordable/public housing.

Five somewhat random ideas involving training and development and affordable/public housing.

  1. Resident recycling program implementation. How do community managers get resident buy-in? How are residents effectively educated on the program? Why some residents choose not to follow the recycling program?
  2. Program/policy evaluation of any type or stripe. See above. Service Coordination programs and Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) provide other opportunities for evaluation.
  3. Learning communities within housing. How do the communities evolve? Who participates? Why do they participate? Real benefits? Perceived benefits?
  4. On-the-job training. How to effectively design? Does it work?
  5. Executive level/Board succession planning. What do organizations do? Is it simply a matter of putting an ad on Craig’s List? Recruit?

There are probably an infinite number of research ideas involving training and development and housing. The above is just a few (5 actually) random things I have recently thought about.

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