Justin T. Clapp, Sushmitha P. Diraviam & Lee A. Fleisher
Why do miscommunications between teams and consultants occur, and what can we do about it?
Charanjit S. Rihal
Effective leadership is built on a solid foundation consisting of a clear mission, a vision for the future, a specific strategy, and a culture conducive to success.
Mary Jane Kornacki
The desire to minimize bad news is why so many change efforts lurch from start. But urgency means results are needed, not just activity.
In health care leadership training, behavior and active day-to-day learning opportunities are just as important as values.
Moving from competition to collaboration requires different leaders, and a different way to evaluate leadership potential.
Christina Pagel & Dorien Zwart
Let’s admit the inconvenient, boring truth.
The infrastructure that leaders create lasts far longer, and with farther reaching implications, than anything else they do.
Nothing is more important than how can we get better every single day to better serve our patients, says the CEO of Virginia Mason Health System.
The CEO of Atrius Health offers suggestions on how to make sure young physicians — who will be caring for us when we’re older — battle burnout.
Robert A. Phillips, Roberta L. Schwartz, William F. McKeon & Marc L. Boom
Due to learnings from previous hurricanes, five success factors kept the Texas Medical Center operational during one of the worst natural disasters in recent U.S. history.