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Challenges of CEO Recruiting In Rural Healthcare

27 April, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
The most important responsibility a governing board has — whether it is for a large corporation or small, rural community hospital — is the selection of a CEO. The obstacles to achieving success are significant regardless of the size of the enterprise. For the governing board of a rural community hospital, the challenges are exacerbated […] Read more»

Board Preparation Key to Success In Recruiting

10 August, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
TYLER, Texas — For board members it is not if, it is simply when. The when is when they will be forced to go through a search to replace their chief executive, the result of a retirement, poor performance, or because their former executive got a better job. For every board that has experience with […] Read more»

Professional Fees: Entitlement Versus Accountability

18 May, 2009 Posted by John G. Self
DALLAS, Texas (May 17, 2009) – Long ago, before I became a consultant, I was a client. And as a client I learned some very important lessons that today shape the way I look at my business and the values on which my Firm, JohnMarch Partners, was founded. This is a column about my thoughts on our existing consulting business model, the fees that are charged, and some questions regarding how we should marry the concep Read more»