Nursing Issues in Leading and Managing Change

Nursing Issues in Leading and Managing Change

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Nursing Issues in Leading and Managing Change is a current, cutting-edge text designed to guide nurses who are responsible for managing change in our health care delivery system. The text covers the changes in the systems of health care, role theory, decision processes, social and cultural settings, ethical and legal issues, credentialing, management skills, managed care, and nursing informatics. The book's strengths include its focus to help nurses thoroughly understand the current health care system, the process and skills of management, and the most useful skills and processes of change.When there is genuine vision, individuals excel and learn because they want to. ... Promoting team learning as a norm, the sixth step in the action plan, exists when the intelligence of the team exceeds the intelligence of the ... In ancient Greece the term dialogos meant a free-flowing of meaning through a group, thus allowing the group to discover insights that were not attainable individually. ... For example, if patterns of defensiveness exist, they can undermine the learning of the team.


Title:Nursing Issues in Leading and Managing Change
Author:Jeanette Lancaster
Publisher:Mosby Incorporated - 1999-01
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