This is the fourth in a series of four articles published in the Wharton Healthcare Quarterly about actionable practices for effective inter professional collaboration.view »
This is the second in a series of four articles published in the Wharton Healthcare Quarterly about actionable practices for effective inter professional collaboration.view »
Physicians are being asked to take on more formal leadership positions in healthcare organizations. As chief medical officers, chief quality officers and department chiefs and other senior positions, physicians face a complex array of challenges, including cost constraints, improving operational performance across silos, and the pressure to improve quality while reducing medical error. These challenges require more than an individual leader’s time and attention-they demand a team-based approach that brings together the best of clinical and managerial expertise.
Published in Healthcare Executive, May/June 2008, pp. 82 – 83.view »
Presented at the 2013 Creating and Implementing Strategic Plans Workshop sponsored by the Group on Institutional Planning of the Association of American Medical Colleges, this presentation looks at what has changed over the years in strategic planning and what to expect in the years to come. This is a chance to think toward the future, and to help better position yourself, as a strategic planner, to be ‘strategically thinking’ toward future opportunities.view »
Presented at the University HealthSystem Consortium 2011 Annual Conference, September 2011view »
Presented at IHI 2009view »
This interactive session focused on the leadership structures and supports that make real time data actionable and invited participants to consider what might work in their own settings. Presented at the University HealthSystem Consortium Quality and Safety Fall Forum, September 2010view »
Published in Change Magazine, March 2000.
Presented at the Remington Health Strategy Group's National Summit on Transformational Leadership in August 2010. This talk focuses on the work and on the results that have repositioned Homecare as a “clinical partner” to its hospital counterparts.view »
In November of 2016, CFAR and the University of Pennsylvania’s Organizational Dynamics Program hosted the inaugural event in the CFAR Lecture Series. With a nearly sold-out house and featuring CFAR Founder and Principal Tom Gilmore discussing his discussing his prolific career as a management consultant, the evening was a great success. As a follow-up to this exciting night, we are pleased to share with you Tom’s annotated bibliography.view »
Credibility that one will follow talk with action requires us to get into the heads and hearts of others to explore how others will make sense of one’s behavior. The take up of the proposed changes or implementation of the directives is crucial to its success at the ‘moment of truth’ in value-creating exchanges with customers.view »
Chapter 5 in "Making a Leadership Change: How Organizations and Leaders Can Handle Leadership Transitions Successfully". New York: Authors Choice Press, 2003, pp. 55 - 70.view »
Chapter 9 in "Making a Leadership Change: How Organizations and Leaders Can Handle Leadership Transitions Successfully". New York: Authors Choice Press, 2003, pp. 128 - 145.view »
Chapter 10 in "Making a Leadership Change: How Organizations and Leaders Can Handle Leadership Transitions Successfully". New York: Authors Choice Press, 2003, pp. 146 - 161.view »