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  • 2015 - National Change Management Survey

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    09 November 2015

    This survey of change leaders and practitioners was commissioned to assess how change management is being conducted in healthcare across Canada. The focus was on gaining insights into Change Management best practices, enablers and barriers to change, as...

  • Strategy and governance for successful implementation of an enterprise-wide ambulatory EMR: Overcoming the challenges, complexities and culture

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    01 June 2015

    A U.S. study that focuses on the how to successfully overcome the challenges and complexities of implementing an enterprise-wide Ambulatory EMR solution. It was published in the Journal of Healthcare Information Management (JHIM) and is available in...

  • Creating a meaningful learning environment for second-order change ($)

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    To facilitate second-order change successfully, instructional designers need to foster a nonjudgmental environment where realistic scenarios allow employees to explore the change through group discussion and personal reflection.

  • Training for agility ($)

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    With the pace of change increasing and with no end in sight, teams and organizations need to learn how to work nimbly on a daily basis. Agility is not simply a state of mind; it is a way of working. Learning professionals have the opportunity to help...

  • The Knowing Doing Gap: How Smart Companies Turn Knowledge into Action

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    In this excerpt from The Knowing-Doing Gap, Pfeffer and Sutton tell how Intuit uses an annual employee survey as an ongoing check on how the company is living up to the values managers know are related to the firm's ultimate financial success .

  • Training Strategies: EHR Deployment Techniques

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    Training Strategies: EHR Deployment Techniques, explores three approaches to EHR training, their advantages and disadvantages, and the ways they can streamline workflow and standardize policies and procedures. The extensive training that is required to...

  • First-line nurse leaders’ health-care change management initiatives ($)

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    This study presents first-line nurse leaders who successfully manage projects dealing with staff needs and healthcare restructuring initiatives, beyond their traditional scope of responsibilities. The implications for nursing management: Constant change...

  • Feedback from Training Sessions - Lessons Learned

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    21 November 2012

    This document summarizes comments from training sessions and lessons learned.

  • Sample - Diagnostic Imaging and Training Roles and Responsibilities

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    21 November 2012

    Example of training roles and responsibilities from a Diagnostic Imaging project.

  • Sample - Panorama Trainer Role

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    21 November 2012

    Example of a trainer role taken from a Panorama Public Health project example.

  • Training Roles and Responsibilties. Sample Description

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    21 November 2012

    The document outlines role descriptions that have been adapted from those used as part of a Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) program in London, Ontario.

  • Training Session Evaluation Template

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    21 November 2012

    Training Session Evaluation Template.

  • Computer Training Needs Assessment

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    21 November 2012

    The document has been adapted from Computer Training Needs Assessment tools developed by British Columbia’s Fraser Health and Interior Health.


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