Change Management in Health Care

@article{Campbell2008ChangeMI,
  title={Change Management in Health Care},
  author={Robert J. Campbell},
  journal={The Health Care Manager},
  year={2008},
  volume={27},
  pages={23-39}
}
  • R. Campbell
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Health Care Manager
This article introduces health care managers to the theories and philosophies of John Kotter and William Bridges, 2 leaders in the evolving field of change management. For Kotter, change has both an emotional and situational component, and methods for managing each are expressed in his 8-step model (developing urgency, building a guiding team, creating a vision, communicating for buy-in, enabling action, creating short-term wins, don't let up, and making it stick). Bridges deals with change at… Expand

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