What Detroit can Teach Canadian Healthcare

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What Detroit can Teach Canadian Healthcare

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Historically, healthcare organizations have run stakeholder engagement exercises, satisfaction surveys, consultations, whistle-blower and ombudsman programs. These mechanisms seldom sustain a dialogue with consumers to nurture innovation. To ensure that real-time corporate governance supports effective leadership strategy, ideas that bubble up from the public could be systematically linked to the Board's vision. Every idea could be mapped to a defined Board goal, such as reducing staff turnover, or improving brand loyalty. Technology will soon enable this better.

Start date July 2009



People Neil Seeman


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