10 ways to prevent change management fails | Shift to value-based care could be part of new normal | Column: It's the perfect time for nonprofits to refocus
June 3, 2020
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Learning to defuse resistance is one of the best ways to effect change successfully, Jim Smith writes. "Without knowing why change is important, people simply won't be interested in making it happen," writes Smith, who provides 10 recommendations to reduce the probability of failure.
Full Story: Quality Magazine (free registration) (6/2020) 
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Change Management That Works
Hospitals need to adjust to the new normal brought by the COVID-19 pandemic and seize the momentum for rapid change and capabilities to improve patient experience and boost access to care, says Peter Kung, chief innovation officer for Colorado-based health system SCL Health. Health organizations must shift from fee-for-service to value-based care, find ways to lower health care costs while delivering high-quality results, and create a "digital front door" that can offer unique experiences to patients, Kung noted.
Full Story: Becker's Hospital Review (6/2) 
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Uncertainty from the pandemic is creating short- and long-term challenges for nonprofits, but it's possible to emerge stronger, writes Steve Zimmerman of Spectrum Nonprofit Services. The first of four critical reimagination steps is assessing organizational goals with input from as many stakeholders as possible, he writes.
Full Story: Harvard Business Review online (tiered subscription model) (6/1) 
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People - Planet - Profitability
Opinion: COVID-19 is a catalyst for evolution
The coronavirus pandemic could be the impetus society needs to begin adopting circular economy principles, says economist Pavan Sukhdev. "The time has come for humanity to go through its next evolution, intellectually, emotionally, and recognize that we can be different, we don't have to go back to the same old ways, business as usual," Sukhdev says.
Full Story: Deutsche Welle (Germany) (6/2) 
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The pandemic and Amazon's emergence have separately made the case for supply chain digitization, Glenn Jones of Blume Global says. "Certainly, the trucking companies and even the ocean carriers have a way to track digitally, through fleet management, or other types of IoT devices," Jones says, "but we're starting to see more and more of the companies putting sensors on containers, not just the trucks."
Full Story: TechRepublic (6/1) 
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