Evidence-based strategies to develop an effective organizational culture

Think critically to analyze evidence-based strategies to develop an effective organizational culture, using relevant data and measures such as benchmarks, research, and best practices.

Evidence-based strategies to develop an effective organizational culture

Scenario
In the process of analyzing your selected health care organization, you have explored strategic initiatives, organizational structure, current trends in the industry, and creating an innovative culture. There will always be the expectation that you have considered relevant data, benchmark measures, current research, and best practices when leading a health care organization.

Now is the time to synthesize all of the information from your analyses and research to prepare recommendations to the leadership team in a report format. Be thinking of how you will share this information in a presentation to the leadership team in your Unit 10 assignment.

Your Role
You are a senior leader of a health care organization, and you have done a complete analysis of the organization. The next step is to consider all of the research and data so that you can propose recommendations for improvements in a report to the organization that will drive health care results.

Requirements

Create a 2–3 page report that includes the following:

Think critically to analyze evidence-based strategies to develop an effective organizational culture, using relevant data and measures such as benchmarks, research, and best practices.
Synthesize data to make three recommendations that impact the culture of your selected health organization that is driving results for access, quality, and cost-effectiveness. Such recommendations should apply innovative, strategic, agile, responsive, sustainable, and/or evidence-based approaches to position the organization to systematically drive health care results into the future.

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