Janesville, WI (PRWEB) July 19, 2012
"Healthcare laws and healthcare itself is changing. "Journey To Excellence" provides a unique insight into the leadership required to navigate these new waters," mentions Jensen. "Javon R. Bea, Mercy President and CEO, has five principles that have helped me better enhance my teaching curriculum. His first, be a master of cultural change, sets a great example for my students.”
Being a master of change:
Making positive and lasting organizational change begins with an in-depth cultural assessment and culminates in a restatement of your organization’s most deeply held values that will revitalize efforts and inspire change. Journey to Excellence teaches how to support a culture that embraces innovation, empowers members to act, and rewards true quality.
“Students draw great knowledge when they can take a personal inventory and align themselves with what is required to manage and lead healthcare today and in the future,” says Jensen. “Javon Bea's book and this first principle are always addressed in the first moments of my classes.”