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Launching and Leading Change Initiatives in Health Care Organizations: Managing Successful Projects by David A. Shore

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Chapter 8Converting Individuals into a Project Implementation Team

Let us imagine that you have selected the right initiative, one that is consistent with your organization's mission, vision, and values (MV2) and that promises to further its strategic goals. You have also chosen the right people to serve on the change team. It is a group of seven or eight. It does not rely on all the usual suspects. It does include individuals with the diverse mix of skills, personality types, and roles discussed in chapter 7. Now there is only one problem. You do not have a change team, you have a bunch of folks who may never have worked together and who have only a rudimentary idea of what they are there for and what they are supposed to do. This is when ...

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