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How to Build the Triple Aim into Your Healthcare Organization’s Strategy Map

Many healthcare leaders will be familiar with the concept of the Triple Aim. To summarize, the Triple Aim is a framework developed by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (www.ihi.org) that outlines an approach to optimizing health system performance. The foundation of the Triple Aim is the belief (supported by evidence) that effective, sustainable healthcare and […]

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Collaborative Strategy – Smart or Dumb CEO Move?

The primary premise of collaborative strategy is that giving everyone in your organization a seat at the strategy table delivers huge benefits – to senior leadership, the organization (in the form of better business performance), your customers and stakeholders, and your employees themselves. The outcome of a collaborative strategy approach is a more relevant, actionable […]

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Are You a Collaborative Leader?

Adopting a collaborative approach to strategy means giving people at all levels of your organization a seat at the table through all phases of the strategy process – strategy creation, strategy implementation/execution, and strategy management. It’s a proven approach for achieving exceptional performance results and organizational outcomes in today’s new business environment. In addition to […]

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How to Integrate Value for Money Thinking into Your Healthcare Organization’s Culture

Value for money (VfM) thinking is an important “new” imperative that healthcare organizations must build into their organizational skill set. However, before launching into this post, let’s be clear that I am not suggesting that, in response to this new requirement, you should create an exclusively VfM-oriented culture in your healthcare organization. Safety and patient […]

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