On the road to interoperability, we’re with you every step of the way

Innovations in business and technology are transforming the fundamental structure and function of human services, yet few resources have been dedicated to defining the process for pursuing interoperability. To date, there has been no national clearinghouse to document best practices, study key operational considerations or provide technical guidance. Moreover, there is no handbook for leaders undertaking this complex and critical journey.
To fill the gap, Stewards of Change™ continually develops and refines Human Services 2.0™, the theory of change that serves as a conceptual framework for the assessment, design, development and implementation of interoperable systems. We use InterOptimability™, our unique field-tested process based on HS 2.0, to prepare organizations for achieving interoperability. The nine-step journey, illustrated in our HS 2.0 – InterOptimability Handbook, includes vision mapping to create an organization-specific Change Vision Landscape and application of analytic tools and templates to evaluate the organization’s interoperability readiness.

Achieve your change management and information-sharing goals with the SOC HS 2.0 methodology

For leaders seeking new approaches to move their organizations toward interoperable and integrated information resources, we are very pleased to offer HS 2.0: Getting Started on the Road to Interoperability. This primer provides brief reviews of SOC’s uniquely effective interoperability concepts, discusses the HS 2.0 Theory of Change, and highlights the Symposium facilitation methodology. The document will help you get started today in your thinking, planning and preparation for implementing interoperability.

Contact us to get started

For more information on Stewards’ InterOptimability processes, consulting services, and Symposium facilitation methodology please contact Daniel Stein, Managing Partner.