The research bureau can facilitate and promote favorable action initially by operating as an integral part of the community planning apparatus, functionally as well as organically relating itself to the planning and administrative sections. Secondly, the bureau can help along the program of action is by drawing the most influential lay people into participation in the study, helping direct promotional and interpretational programs where they can be of most good and indicating the most effective points of the case for changes. Lastly, the research bureau can employ profitably include incorporating proposed changes in subsequent related studies when applicable, periodically checking up the findings and indicating where revisions in recommendations are necessary on account of changed conditions and periodically calling attention of planning and administrative units to recommendations not yet in effect.
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Weissman, Irving. Organizing Research for Community Planning. The Jewish Social Service Quarterly. Jewish Communal Service Association of North America (JCSA),National Conference of Jewish Social Service. September 1937: