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Podcast, The Lens – 57. Adapting Huddles for a Hybrid Remote World

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            Daily huddles are an important element in a lean management system. Shelcy Kamrud and Natalie Bergstrom, from Mount Sinai Morningside, share with us about how they implemented and adapted their daily huddle standard to their Patient Care Liaison team, virtually. Related Items Article “Adapting Daily Management Huddles for a […]

Podcast, The Lens – 56. Adding a Higher Tiered Non-Clinical Huddle

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            Kim Brown and Beau Gostomsky, from Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, join us to talk about how they have implemented and learned from huddles for Shared Services leaders. Related Items Lean Management System in Action workshop Creating a Lean Management System workshop Beyond Heroes by Kim Barnas Transformation Roadmap Services Catalysis […]

Podcast, The Lens – 55. Learnings from Using Leader Standard Work

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Dr. Mike Conroy, Chief Medical Officer for Sutter Medical Group in Sacramento, shares how he uses leader standard work and what he has learned. Leader standard work has been a big topic of conversation throughout the Catalysis community because it can help us stay focused on what matters most. Related Items Leader Standard Work course […]

Podcast, The Lens – 54. How a Buddy System Supports Personal Development

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            Don Shilton, Executive Coach with Catalysis, explains how healthcare executives he is coaching have been utilizing a buddy system to help them with personal development. Related Items Principle-Based Executive Coaching Customized Services Becoming the Change by John Toussaint, MD, and Kim Barnas

Podcast, The Lens – 53. What the RaDonda Vaught Case Teaches Us About Culture’s Influence on Patient Safety

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            We are joined by Ken Segel from Value Capture, to reflect on the impact of RaDonda Vaught’s conviction on healthcare. Ken co-authored an article with John Toussaint, “4 Actions to Reduce Medical Errors in US Hospitals,” that was recently published in Harvard Business Review. Related Items 4 Actions to […]

Podcast, The Lens – 52. Using the Model Cell Approach to Lean Implementation

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            Model cells are test centers in an organization to experiment with new ideas and provide the opportunity to showcase what’s possible to the rest of the organization. Julie Williams, Operational Innovation Specialist at Nebraska Methodist Health System, one of our Catalysis Healthcare Network Value member organizations, shares with us […]

Podcast, The Lens – 50. How to Align People in Your Organization with Top Priorities to Create Patient Value

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            Strategy is about making choices to create unique and relevant value for patients under conditions of uncertainty and competition. Making choices reduces overburden. Following the voice of the customer creates a unique, differentiated value proposition. Aligning resources around the top priorities reduces confusion. And the use of rapid learning […]

Podcast, The Lens – 49. Using Kata to Engage Team Members

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            Kata is a pattern or routine that serves as a guide to proficiency and expertise. Bill Boyd, Catalysis faculty, explains the use of kata in healthcare and how it engages team members in rapid cycles of experimentation. Related Items Workshop Kata: A Pattern for Continuous Improvement and Coaching in […]

Podcast, The Lens – 48. How Coaching Can Support Culture Transformation

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            As an organization matures on the journey to organizational excellence, the function of the improvement team evolves from project-based facilitation to supporting leaders through culture transformation. Hear from Catalysis staff and faculty about the importance of building coaching capability within your PI team. Related Items Building Coaching Capabilities workshop Transformation […]