Strategic Nursing Management: Power and Responsibility in a New Era
Aspen Publishers, 1990 - Business & Economics - 298 pages
This down-to-earth, comprehensive guide takes nursing beyond traditional roles and responsibilities and presents advanced management and business concepts to apply specifically to today's changing and evolving nursing environments. It provides specific educational, training, and reference material for developing new skills, and demonstrates how to develop an effective personal style. It incorporates dozens of charts and tables for at-a-glance clarity.
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Chapter 2Strategic Management
Concepts in Strategic Analysis
Shaping Strategic Surprise
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