What can the health care industry learn from the 1914 Endurance expedition? For one thing: bring everyone home alive.
Health leaders are constantly striving for better healthcare management. Through organizational development and leadership, some health care delivery organizations are making important changes large and small. What separates them from the pack?
NEJM Catalyst Insights Council members strongly favor dyad leadership shared between clinical and administrative leaders and say the top attribute for health care leaders is interpersonal skills.
Article by Hoangmai Pham & Mark McClellan
Two veterans of public service say that government can do only so much — which creates attractive business opportunities for entrepreneurs.
Blog Post by Rana Lee Adawi Awdish
How a classic experiment could shape the future of medical education.
Blog Post by Jeff Thompson
Tools to give people in your organization a clarity of direction, the ability to work with each other, and the desire to build forward to serve a higher purpose.
Interview by Joan Y. Reede & Thomas H. Lee
There’s a clear underrepresentation in the leadership in our medical schools and our hospitals — so what are we doing about it?
Article by Rick Foster, Tammy Alvarez, Richard Feifer, Stephen A. Mette, John B. Chessare & James Bassford
Members of the IHI Leadership Alliance on the enduring significance of the Triple Aim.
A social norm among Mayo Clinic physicians to answer their beepers immediately sparks excuses and admiration from others.
Article by John S. Toussaint & Susan P. Ehrlich
Ongoing institutional improvement efforts can benefit from health care leaders who are willing to improve their leadership skills through self-reflection and personal change.