Leading Systems Change in Health Care – Why Efforts Fail

Leading change is not easy and 50-70% of change efforts fail.  Leaders, directors, project managers, program, coordinators and others are looking for strategies to move programs and projects forward, to manage change, in challenging times and circumstances.     They seek to develop a deeper understanding of how to overcome their individual and organizational challenges and barriers. Continue reading “Leading Systems Change in Health Care – Why Efforts Fail”

Change AGEnts: Building Momentum for Change, Improving Care of Older Adults

The 2015 John A Hartford Foundation Change AGEnts Conference, “Making Connections, Building Momentum for Change,” will be held on December 1 – 3, in Philadelphia.   Robert Schreiber, MD of Harvard, Hebrew Senior Life, and I will be facilitating a course on Leadership and Culture Change, as well as a session on Kotter’s Eight Step ProcessContinue reading “Change AGEnts: Building Momentum for Change, Improving Care of Older Adults”