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Edgeware : Insights from Complexity Science for Health Care Leaders
Brenda Zimmerman, Paul Plsek and Curt Lindberg
Plexus Institute / Softcover / 1998-01-01 / 0966782801
Workplace / Organisations / Self Organisation
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280 pages
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Today, the lessons of complexity science are reverberating through the corridors of American corporations. For health care leaders, it's a strange new world that holds tremendous promise for the future of the industry.

But revolutions can be disorienting. Complexity theory introduces new vocabulary, new concepts and new ways of thinking about ourselves, our work and our world. Intimidated? Don't be. Let Edgeware be your companion as you embark on your journey of learning in this wonrous and challenging landscape.

This book is the first book to address complexity science in health care. It represents a revolutionary new way for health care leaders to think about how they motivate their employees, work with physicians, manage unmanageably complex tasks and plan for an uncertain future. But it's not for health care workers only - this book is useful to anyone interested in how complexity science is changing not only business management in this country, but also how many disciplines of science relate to one another. --- from the publisher

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About the Authors:

Brenda Zimmerman, PhD, is Professor of Policy/Strategic Management, Schulich School of Business at York University. She is the author of many articles applying complexity science to organizational strategy and change. Her gifts for scholarship, teaching and writing have brought many advancements to complexity and the management field and reached many practitioners and policy makers.

Paul Plsek is an internationally recognized consultant, author and educator on improvement and innovation in organizations. He is dedicated to applying insights from complexity science and innovation research to issues of organizational leadership. Paul speaks and conducts workshops widely on the topic and serves as an advisor to the Institute of Medicine in the US and the National Health Service in the UK.

Curt Lindberg is president of Plexus, and is playing an important role in introducing complexity science concepts into health care thinking, organizational management and practice. He is the author of articles on complexity.

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