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Pardon My ‘Self-Serving’ Moment

25 July, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
As healthcare providers, large and small, move toward accountable value-based reimbursement and population health management, those of us who serve those companies are preparing for change as well.  Like our customers, we, too, must be prepared to be more accountable — own the outcome, share the financial risks in what we do or recommend and, […] Read more»

Three Concepts for Best-In-Class Recruiting

11 June, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
Here is one of the most important things we know about engineering sustainable cultural change:  it starts at the top.  The CEO may have a reputation as “the invisible ghost” with the staff, but if he or she does not buy off on, and visibly support, the change, it will not last.  The workforce will […] Read more»

A Crisis In Accountability

25 October, 2013 Posted by John G. Self
Warren Buffet recently opined that, years ago, when the titans of Wall Street converted their investment banks from partnerships to publicly owned businesses, the rules changed and all bets were off. In the days of investment bank partnerships, when someone took a gamble and it failed to pay off, the partners were on the financial […] Read more»