This activity is of value to physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and practice managers with an interest in managing the business side of healthcare.
Goals and Objectives
As healthcare leaders and practitioners, you are expected to change to meet demands or capitalize on opportunities. Sometimes you get to guide the change from the beginning and other times you are expected to implement a change determined by someone else. Regardless of the impetus, how do you help change efforts succeed particularly given the historical odds of success? Only about a third of change efforts accomplish their designed purposes, another third fall woefully short, and a third fail. In this presentation, and drawing from over 25 years of research on the “Building Readiness for Change” model by Achilles Armenakis and Stan Harris, you will explore the five key concerns that underlie individuals’ decisions to resist, comply with, or support changes and examine them in your own context. You will also gain insight into the six leadership behaviors that can shape these concerns to build change support and enthusiasm. This activity should help you become a more competent and confident change manager and leader. At the conclusion of the activity, learners should be better prepared to:
- Cite the five key concerns that underlie individual decisions to resist, comply with, or support change efforts;
- Classify change efforts by their scope and rationale and understand that classification on the level of change challenge;
- Implement six “strategic change activities” to build support for changes.
CME Release Date: November 12, 2019
Valid for credit through: November 12, 2020
Course type: Video
Estimated time of completion: 1 Hour
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Stanley (Stan) G. Harris, PhD
Stanley (Stan) G. Harris, Ph.D. (The University of Michigan) is Associate Dean for Graduate & International Programs and Luck Professor in the Harbert College of Business at Auburn University. Dr. Harris provides leadership for Harbert’s fulltime, online, executive (EMBA), and physicians executive MBA (PEMBA) programs. Dr. Harris' talk will discuss how, as healthcare leaders and practitioners, you are expected to change to meet demands or capitalize on opportunities.
Previously, Stan directed the PEMBA program for 12 years and the PhD program in Management for 17. Stan's primary area of research is managing organizational change and transformation. His article on creating readiness for change has been cited over 1,900 times. In 2018, he received the Harbert College’s “Best All-Around Faculty” award. He works with organizations to help plan and facilitate large-scale strategic change efforts. In his talk, the attendee will explore the five key concerns that underlie individuals’ decisions to resist, comply with, or support changes and examine them in their own context.
Southern Medical Association Staff:
G. Waldon Garriss, MD, MS, MBA, MHA, FAAP, MACP
Steven Strode, MD, MEd, MPH
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