Professional Essays Writer Cleveland Clinic: Transformation and Growth 2015

Michael E. Porter, Elizabeth Olmsted Teisberg

Strategy & Execution

The Cleveland Clinic’s health care services are internationally renowned for quality. In 2008, The Clinic began to restructure the organization into teams defined around patient needs, rather than traditional medical specialties.”Patients First! takes shape as the teams measure and report outcomes, coordinate care, and develop to support improving value for patients. In addition to restructuring care delivery in the hospitals and throughout northeastern Ohio, The Clinic has investments, facilities, and staff in several other states in the U.S. as well as in Canada and Abu Dhabi. Now in 2015, as the Clinic’s domestic and international footprint continues to expand, its leadership is also focused in maintaining the Cleveland Clinic brand and providing optimal clinical care. Students can explore strategy transformation, geographic expansion, the process of introducing new measurement approaches, alignment of activities with strategic goals, and issues in leading change both within a company and across an economic sector.

Growth strategy, Health, Leadership, Performance measurement, Personnel policies

Professional Essays Writer Weathering the Storm at NYU Langone Medical Center

Robert S. Huckman, Raffaella Sadun, Michael Norris

Strategy & Execution

In the fall of 2012, Hurricane Sandy forced a full evacuation of NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City. The institution, which comprised NYU Medical School and several teaching hospitals, had been on an upward trajectory for several years under the leadership of Dr. Robert I. Grossman. Grossman’s central initiative, which he credited with helping to create a performance-driven, transparency-focused culture was an information technology dashboard system that provided managers and front line workers with a wealth of real-time information. Would the disruption posed by the hurricane throw NYU Langone off track?

Health, IT, Organizational culture

Professional Essays Writer HBR’s 10 Must Reads 2017: The Definitive Management Ideas of the Year from Harvard Business Review

Harvard Business Review, Clayton M. Christensen, Adam M. Grant, Vijay Govindarajan

Leadership & Managing People

A year’s worth of management wisdom, all in one place. We’ve reviewed the ideas, insights, and best practices from the past year of Harvard Business Review to keep you up-to-date on the most cutting-edge, influential thinking driving business today. With authors from Clayton M. Christensen to Adam Grant and company examples from Intel to Uber, this volume brings the most current and important management conversations to your fingertips. This book will inspire you to: Rethink the way you work in the face of advancing automation; Transform your business using a platform strategy; Apply design thinking to create innovative products; Identify where too much collaboration may be holding your people back; See the theory of disruptive innovation in a brand new light; Recognize the signs that your cross-cultural negotiation may be falling apart. This collection of articles includes “Collaborative Overload,” by Rob Cross, Reb Rebele, and Adam Grant; “Algorithms Need Managers, Too,” by Michael Luca, Jon Kleinberg, and Sendhil Mullainathan; “Pipelines, Platforms, and the New Rules of Strategy,” by Marshall W. Van Alstyne, Geoffrey G. Parker, and Sangeet Paul Choudary; “What Is Disruptive Innovation?,” by Clayton M. Christensen, Michael Raynor, and Rory McDonald; “How Indra Nooyi Turned Design Thinking into Strategy,” an interview with Indra Nooyi by Adi Ignatius; “Engineering Reverse Innovations,” by Amos Winter and Vijay Govindarajan; “The Employer-Led Health Care Revolution,” by Patricia A. McDonald, Robert S. Mecklenburg, and Lindsay A. Martin; “Getting to Si, Ja, Oui, Hai, and Da,” by Erin Meyer; “The Limits of Empathy,” by Adam Waytz; “People Before Strategy: A New Role for the CHRO,” by Ram Charan, Dominic Barton, and Dennis Carey; and “Beyond Automation,” by Thomas H. Davenport and Julia Kirby.

Change management, Collaboration, Communication, Competition, Data, Disruptive innovation, Health, IT, Marketing, Negotiations, Organizational structure, Psychology, Talent management