Healthcare leadership and case studies
Instead, solving complex challenges demands for a collective, distributed or shared strategy alongside diverse skills, talents, and perspectives. Leaders need to establish an environment that is collaborative whereby every individual constitutes the process towards strategy development as a way of overcoming various challenges (Swayne et al. Being updated on various changes as well as plan implementation will enhance successes for leaders and organizations within the health sector. b) Organizational culture refers to a set of abstract concepts that define how an organization understands its values, feels and behave (Beebe & Masterson, 1997). The three levels of organizational culture are as follows: • The Artefacts- This constitutes level 1 aspect of culture within an organization as it entails things like offices, furnishings, facilities, décor and dress code (Beebe & Masterson, 1997).
c) The plan strategies are usually prepared by many organizations but they are rarely implemented because of different reasons. Once the strategic plans are translated into actions, the corporate culture is positively influenced in terms of objective accomplishment and improved work performance. Due to the effective implementation of strategic planning, the entire internal environment is as well influenced through the inspiration of employees. In the long run, a health organization is positioned at a better capacity of embracing its values, mission, and objectives. The positive changes are mainly reinforced through proper strategy selection depending on the set goals, values and objectives. The only way to enhance transformation is through considering both leadership and legalism issues on equal measures. I will work on ensuring that the made decisions within a health organization are in concordant with the clients’ moral anticipation as a way of providing quality care.
b) The Principles of Patient Care Ethics include: • Autonomy- Under this principle, a patient has the right of retaining control concerning his/her body. Therefore, any attempt or actions geared towards coercing patient’s wish is a clear violation of the autonomy principle. • Beneficence – According to this principle, it is the role of the provider within the healthcare sectors to do all it takes as a way of benefitting patient in various aspects. For example, to obtain better outcomes in terms of both equality and equity care provision, leaders must incorporate the value of ethical treatment as part of their corporate culture (Ledlow et al 2002). Section B Case Study: Transferred Employee 1) Case Summary The case scenario presents a study that explains a phenomenon whereby a person within the organization is violating ethical conduct as a way of avoiding negative implications by his supervisor and human resources.
Such an act is a common happening across various organizations. Based on the case study, it is indeed difficult for the supervisor to make the right decision about the employee’s appraisal performance. Making any adjustments on paper as a way of going against the administrative leadership sounds easier but difficult in practice. Considering such aspects, I will further initiate the significance of properly coordinating with all departments from my office right down to all the employees in my supervisory section. The misunderstanding that almost led to the violation of the ethical code, is a result of inadequate communication between the human resource and other departments. I will also aim to raise such an issue in the subsequent managerial meetings as one way of advocating appropriate strategical planning on internal transfers.
d) Equity and fairness is one key aspect of distributive theory to my decision of performing the late evaluation while involving other departments. The only way to adjudicate justice and fairness on the employee’s appraisal is to transparently perform my role to the conformity of ethical standards. 229, Exhibit 6-3. Beebe, S. A. , & Masterson, J. T. htm. Ledlow, G. , Cwiek, M. , & Johnson, J. Dynamic culture leadership: Effective leader as both scientist and artist. L. Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, Binder Ready Version. John Wiley & Sons. Part Two Tic Tac Case Study After emerging at position 22 on America’s Bloomberg Businessweek as well as obtaining an income of $97 million per annum and being the leading mint industry worldwide, I believe Tic Tac bears a lot in terms of offering its products to the various consumers around the region.
For over five decades now, Ferrero is still accomplishing its business operations in the mint industry as they continue to package Tic Tac which is one of their top-selling items in a clear packaging plastic(Sheff, 2018). Unlike the translucent material, clear plastic is easily dirtied on convenience stores. On the other aspect, the potential risks of changing the initial packaging include: • Confusing consumers in terms of their brand recognition, familiarity, and loyalty. Some are used to specific types of Tic Tac without even critically looking at the packaging color. • Temporary loss of identity • Perceived alterations to the quality of the product • Perceived portion controls/changes • Consumers might buy mints from other brands due to sudden changes to what they are used to buying Consumer profile The targeted consumer profile for the Tic Tac Chill entails students at the college level, young women and men who are falling under the age bracket of 25 to 45 years.
This target market commensurate to a financial estimation sales of about $40000to $80000 per annum (Sheff, 2018). This idea was also characterized by the adoption of products that were more mentholated with an herbal segment. Therefore, as one way of introducing a new type of freshness, the company aspired to continually consider its consumers’ concerns such as diet and health issues. Through comprehensive market research, the company was at a better position of evaluating its new idea after introducing Tic Tac Breeze. Tests on the new product’s qualities were evaluated in terms of constituted flavors, calorie amount, freshness, xylitol, liquorice, and aniseed. Secondly, the new idea of modifying the chill mints to recognize its target consumers, the company rolled out a campaign initiative of testing the aspect of this idea.
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