Leadership strategies

Organizing for success: Leadership Structure 2.0 - Despite the tens of thousands of books on the subject, the concept and practice of leadership remain mysterious and often illusive. Early in human history one could be the tallest,...
Why innovation is hard…how to make it easier - If you don’t change, you die…so the maxim goes. Then why is it so difficult for organizations to implement innovation in organizations? Part of the explanation lies in the fact...
Getting Unstuck: An international perspective. How peace today can make us unsafe tomorrow - In my latest book, Getting Unstuck: Using Leadership Paradox to Execute with Confidence, I demonstrate that paradoxes are found in all facets of life. Understanding how to manage them...
Time: Fighting the forces of gravity - Our shared experience Almost every organization on the planet faces one common issue…how to maximize time. Both leaders and the employees they serve feel the demands far outstrip...
Engaging Physicians: Engaging Organizations -   Note: As healthcare reform becomes reality, success for hospitals will largely be driven by engaged physician leaders who partner with administrative leaders to drive the strategic...
Healthcare Leadership’s Most Pressing Agenda - This article provides a compelling outline of the new roles healthcare leaders must play. It involves using the existing stakeholders in new ways. Let us know your thoughts. http://www.hhnmag.com/hhnmag/HHNDaily/HHNDailyDisplay.dhtml?id=6210001028  
Managing Risk: Where are you on the curve - Based on the response to our first article, Becker’s Hospital and Health Review asked us to submit an article for healthcare leaders that helps them better manage the significant...
Healthcare reform: Leadership at the local level…a case study - The context The head of The family Medicine Department, University of Minnesota has a long history of developing physicians who have been influential in the field. He is committed to...
Accountable Care Organizations: Building the Capacity for Change - A discontinuous change often occurs with a new invention, an alliance with organizations with complementary skills, and, as is the case here, the stroke of a political pen. The new...
The CEO’s Greatest challenges: Managing Paradoxes for Sustained Competitive Advantage - Our interviews with CEOs indicate they feel confident in their ability to deal with problems, while paradoxes perplex them. Yet, research demonstrates that the ability to handle paradoxes...
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