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Leading Strategic Change: Up to 6.0 Face-to-face Credits
December 13 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pmFree
December 13, 2019
8:30am – 3:00pm
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
East Tower, Level A, Conference Rooms 6 & 7
1111 6 th Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50314
FREE to members
Non-members $100 payable at the seminar
As the U.S. healthcare system undergoes profound transformation, healthcare leaders must adapt and evolve amidst their changing realities. This seminar will provide attendees with the ability to make solid decisions and optimize strategic changes when faced with uncertainty. Discover answers to critical questions such as which strategies will provide leaders with the ability to thrive during these uncertain times and what new investments and capabilities are needed to successfully lead strategic change. You will learn the four building blocks to good decision making and common decision traps. You will also be introduced to a scenario planning tool and a framework to help you develop future alternatives. Take away a simple four-step model to optimize execution and drive change.
· Recognize and overcome barriers to deal with the market uncertainties in the nation’s healthcare system.
· Gain successful models for driving change to improve your individual and organization’s capabilities.
· Discover and practice the stages of successful strategic execution, especially as related to culture change.
Jim Austin heads JH Austin Associates Inc., Chicago, where he combines business strategy and organizational development theory with extensive industry experience to guide organizations. He is also an adjunct senior lecturer at Brown University, Providence, R.H., in the Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program, and a faculty member at Duke Corporate Education, headquartered in Durham, N.C. Mr. Austin is a lecturer/consultant at the Aresty Institute of Executive Education in the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, where he tailors and delivers senior-level seminars on strategy, strategic execution, scenario planning and critical thinking at a number of leading companies. Mr. Austin is a former senior executive at Baxter Healthcare.