Diffusion of innovations models in health care systems use principles of planned change within a dynamic organizational environment. Communication skills, such as negotiation and conflict resolution, help leaders analyze and respond to health care needs while using resources efficiently.
Explain the relationship between internalizing organizational change and project success.
Develop a comprehensive plan to implement an organizational change.
Evaluating Processes and Outcomes of Organizational Change
Evaluate quality, cost, and satisfaction outcomes of organizational change.
Analyze possible outcome measurement strategies related to organizational change processes.
Strategies for Implementing Planned Change
Identify communication techniques to address implementation issues.
Examine the relationship of processes, systems, and personal or professional roles and their affect on organizational change.
Examine methods for monitoring implementation of organizational change.
Assessing the Need for Organizational Change
Analyze current literature to provide data to support change applications.
Identify internal and external resources to support change initiatives.
Examine the need for organizational change.
Behavioral Aspect of Organizational Change
Summarize factors influencing organizational readiness for a specific change.
Identify factors that influence change.
Examine organizational and individual barriers to change.
Discuss the phases in the organizational change process.
Identify theoretical models related to change in a health care organization.
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