Lead, follow or get out of the way, I’m a strong proponent of the “strong leader” form of governance. True democracy doesn’t work in business any more than it works in running a city, state or nation.
How would your reorganize your medical practice, healthcare business, and relationships if you were paid only for successful outcomes, no matter how they are measured?
Recently, I saw an article in The Wall Street Journal about pandemic economics and work-life balance.
Super Bowl commercials garner all sorts of buzz for being “creative,” but creativity isn’t selling.
today, employers reward for the value you create. The factory worker, whether in what is readily recognized as a factory or one which looks, to outsiders, like a medical clinic or hospital, who simply shows up on time, does what he or she is told (you know, follows protocols) and then clocks out at the end of the shift, creates no real value in comparison with the next worker.
Recently, I saw an article in The Wall Street Journal about pandemic economics and work life balance.
Don’t do what your competitors are doing just because they’re doing it or because you might get some award for it.
Today, there’s no longer even the “promise” of lifetime employment. “Retirement” as in replacement, replacement just like an old machine, is as far off as the next layoff or the next outsourcing.