|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Science
|Field of Study:||Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, General
|Description:||Human Systems Intervention (HSI) is the design and implementation of interventions in social settings where adults are confronted with the need to change their perspectives, attitudes, and actions. Human Systems Intervention is inclusive of organizational development, organization design, management and leadership, coaching, change management, community development, culture change, and many other theoretical and methodological approaches to creating healthier social systems for people.
Depending on the philosophical and theoretical orientation of the intervener, the process can be approached as a planned, systematic, and collaborative activity. As scholarly practitioners, graduates choose their own area of specialization or work in a broad variety of areas.
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