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Clarify and Manage Talent on Succession Planning

William J. Rothwell

This webcast is intended to build on the previous session in the succession planning webcast series. In previous webcasts in this series, we built the case for succession planning in healthcare. We obtained a commitment from key stakeholders. We clarified the goals, est... More »

Road Map of Strategic Succession Management in Healthcare

William J. Rothwell

Many healthcare organizations are experiencing a crisis in their leadership pipelines. The National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) recently conducted a survey (the NCHL National Healthcare Leadership Index) on the systematic failure of healthcare organizations.... More »

Talent Trends and Challenges in Healthcare

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Christina Barss

Motivated by the anticipated shortage of healthcare professionals by 2020, as reported by the Association of American Medical Colleges, employers are adopting new talent management practices, implementing non-traditional recruitment strategies, and developing their empl... More »

Developing Employees in Times of Shrinking Budgets

Leslie Weatherly

When we are going through tough economic times, organizations search for areas to reduce costs. Unfortunately, many will experience a reduction in the training budget. Working with limited resources, we are faced with the dilemma of how to effectively allocate the funds... More »

Creating Sustainable Operations in Healthcare Using Lean Six Sigma

Ben Locwin, PhD

Many clinical care settings suffer due to organizational and operational inconsistencies and inefficiencies, reducing the quality of care and patient outcome measures. This is also true in emergent care settings, where the stakes can be higher. This is because, as with ... More »

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