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What role does personal productivity play in creating or eliminating barriers to achieve the full potential of HR? Please consider the performance management and talent acquisition discussions that you have been exposed to during this program.
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4. Fraser Macfarlane, Trish Greenhalgh, Charlotte Humphrey, Jane Hughes, Ceri Butler, Ray Pawson, (2011) “A new workforce in the making?: A case study of strategic human resource management in a whole-system change effort in healthcare”, Journal of Health Organization and Management, Vol. 25 Iss: 1, pp.55 – 72.
5. attached presentation
Strong leadership has always been important for healthcare organizations,
but in today’s competitive environment it is critical. Disruptions are
emerging from every corner of the industry. Economic pressures, regulatory
changes, technological advancements, and even rising consumerism are
placing considerable demands on healthcare leaders. The opportunities
and challenges these factors create today are influencing leadership in
healthcare. B.E. Smith’s Leadership Intelligence Report, a survey of more than
800 healthcare executives, reflects the transformation currently underway.
This industry report will examine how external and internal factors are not
only impacting today’s executives, but shaping tomorrow’s leaders.