Claiming the Corner Office is a practical guide for the nurse who aspires to be in a senior executive role in an organization, an entrepreneur who aspires to creating a business, or the individual who wishes to serve in a governance role on a not-for-profit or corporate board. This book greatly assists those individuals who work closely with leaders, entrepreneurs and governance experts. The experiences of several nurse entrepreneurs and senior executives highlight those skills, competencies, and experiences required as the nurse develops a career strategy leading to a senior executive or entrepreneurial role.This book will inspire nurses to leverage their knowledge, creativity, and expertise in the creation of business entities or in the invention of products and services and enlighten nurses to the fact that their knowledge and expertise in patient care and the business of healthcare makes them uniquely qualified to serve in senior leadership and governance roles.
You CAN Succeed in Healthcare Leadership Today! Despite nursing and physician shortages, rising costs, shrinking reimbursements and rapidly growing demand. Success can always be achieved if one identifies the core principles that consistently produce the results he is looking for. In the noise caused by the complexities of today’s healthcare arena, the best thing we can do as leaders is help our teams get back to the basics, and do them with passion and excellence. We can never deliver world class patient care unless we and our organization understand and master the basics of healthcare.
The book is organized around the program's "leadership compass," a method used in leadership skill development. The four points of that compass are:
For each of these four points, the contributors (all graduates of the RWJ program) explore related competencies in each of three sections of the book: issues in public health, education, and service. The chapters reflect real-world experiences and are built around case studies that highlight one or two of the competencies.
Covering the financial topics all nurse managers need to know and use, this book explains how financial management fits into the healthcare organization. Topics include accounting principles, cost analysis, planning and control management of the organization's financial resources, and the use of management tools. In addition to current issues, this edition also addresses future directions in financial management..
Project Planning and Management: A Guide for CNLs, DNPs and Nurse Executives provides a step-by-step approach to developing, implementing and evaluating a project plan. This book serves as a guide to refining the idea or question, reviewing relevant evidence to support a best practice intervention, and outlining process dynamics, outcomes management and evaluation strategies. This is the perfect resource for capstone courses and field studies as well as an ideal reference for professionals.
Nursing service administration from today's corporate perspective, based on the resource-driven model. By the author of a Brandon/Hill Nursing List first-purchase selection. DNLM: Nursing, Supervisory.