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Organizational Change And Negotiation

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The course examines the role of the nurse leader during organizational change. A key focus is the effect of change on health care delivery. Topics include principles and models of change, communication skills, and allocation of organization resources. This course requires 20 hours of clinical practicum.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Strategic Planning

    • Using a SWOTT analysis, discuss how the external environment is presenting opportunities for the organization and how this will directly relate to the internal environment.
    • Clinical: Analyze obstacles encountered in change process to determine opportunities for organizational growth.
    • Compare and contrast the elements necessary for planning the successful implementation of change in a health care organization.

    Leadership and Politics

    • Assess the role of power and politics when instituting change in health care organizations.
    • Summarize the importance of leadership during change implementation.
    • Clinical: Examine the role of conflict in the change process.

    Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

    • Critique the process of negotiation in conflict resolution.
    • Clinical: Analyze how negotiation is utilized in leading change.

    Organizations and Change

    • Analyze the process of change in organizations.
    • Compare and contrast various theoretical perspectives for change processes.
    • Examine the importance of organizational change.
    • Clinical: Identify external factors impacting change in the clinical environment.

    Organizational Design and Culture

    • Examine effectiveness of communication within health care organizations.
    • Analyze the impact of culture and communication on leading effective change.
    • Clinical: Examine how organizational structure affects implementation of a clinical change.

    Strategies for Change

    • Explain the Lean Sigma model and how it can be used to drive change.
    • Compare and contrast strategies needed to effectively lead change involving people and processes.
    • Analyze the use of teams to promote positive change.
    • Clinical: Examine the use of negotiation to promote positive change.
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