"Patience is not the end-all in strategic plans. There is nothing worse than a slow death.
Impatience is not a good reason to kill a strategic plan. Quick deaths may be too early.
The strategic warning is simple: Don’t replace impatience with too much patience. This is not about balance. It is about being smart."
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- Augustana CollegeGovernment & International Affairs
Physician Healthcare Innovation Technology | HL7 Standards
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The Dangers of an Impatient Strategic ViewSwitch & Shift
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20 Questions for Health IT #16: Health IT Literacy | HL7 Standards
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The CCD/CCR Fork in the Road. Did Health IT Take the Wrong Path? | HL7 S...
Did healthcare IT chose the wrong path by not choosing CCR? It certainly seems so at this point. Only the future will tell if the right choi
Why Developing A Strong Leadership Bench Is Tough | LinkedIn
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3 Leadership Lessons for Millennials from Moneyball
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4 Ways Millennials Will (Must) Change Healthcare | LinkedIn
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Patient Engagement Takes a Community and More | HL7 Standards
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Tested Leader or Inspiring Leader: What Is the Right Blend?
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In order to succeed in business you need to anticipate what your market will want or need before it's completely obvious to all. Learning to
Leadership Sincerity: Are You Leading w/ Honesty & Civility? - Kate ...
Leadership sincerity: 6 key steps to communicate authentically without insulting or injuring morale. Guidance from The People Skills Coach™.