Most leaders agree that culture is the critical factor in performance, but can’t define it, measure it, or change it. As a result, the few organizations that get culture right seem magical, and people who try to replicate their success usually end up frustrated and cynical. This book shows two simple steps — diagnosis and then the best treatment that leaders take to build cultures that can do things most people think are impossible: out-innovating, outperforming, creating an immunity to scandals, and having mountains of fun in the process.
The Three Laws of Performance
Though most of us aren’t aware of it, we have a future that’s already been written. Our future is written by hopes, fears, dreams, expectations, and decisions made about life. In the same way, organizations have futures written by history, circumstances, culture, aspirations, successes; and failures. These already-written futures determine the level of performance for individuals and organizations. The question is, how can these futures be rewritten?
The Best Medicine
A Physician's Guide to Effective Leadership provides a theoretical framework for visionary leadership as well as specific management techniques to achieve success. The focus is on maintaining a consistent set of behavioral characteristics for both the leader and the organization as a whole using the authors' personal experiences and case studies to illustrate the principles and practices of successful leaders. Developed by an accomplished physician leader from one of the nation's finest hospital systems and an experienced professor of business, The Best Medicine: A Physician’s Guide to Effective Leadership is of great value to physicians of all levels who are interested in improving their understanding of leadership styles and tactics.