Collaborative management in health care: implementing the integrative organization
Shows how health care administrators and clinical leaders can improve organizational effectiveness and responsiveness by fostering collaboration among different disciplines within their institutions. Provides six original case studies that show how integrative approaches can be applied in practice. Offers useful guidelines for choosing people to serve in key integrative positions, supporting the new structure through reward and information systems, and carrying out the change process.
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The Continuum of Organization Structures
Leadership Skills for Integrative Managers
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