Tag Archives: culture change

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 – 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 […]

Podcast, The Lens – 26. How Executives Model the Way to Build an Improvement Culture

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            John Toussaint, MD, founder of Catalysis and co-author of Becoming the Change, explains why leader behaviors are fundamental to building a culture of improvement. Related Items Becoming the Change: Leadership Behavior Strategies for Continuous Improvement in Healthcare by John Toussaint and Kim Barnas Principles and Behaviors of Organizational Excellence […]