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Patient quality week 5

Part one:Do you use excuses? As a leader how would you respond?The kaizen philosophy seeks to encourage suggestions, not to find excuses for failing to improve.  Typical excuses are, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it,” “I’m too busy to work on it,” “this is how we have always done this,” and “It’s not in […]

Patient quality week 5

Part one:Do you use excuses? As a leader how would you respond?The kaizen philosophy seeks to encourage suggestions, not to find excuses for failing to improve.  Typical excuses are, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it,” “I’m too busy to work on it,” “this is how we have always done this,” and “It’s not in […]

Patient quality week 5

Part one:Do you use excuses? As a leader how would you respond?The kaizen philosophy seeks to encourage suggestions, not to find excuses for failing to improve.  Typical excuses are, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it,” “I’m too busy to work on it,” “this is how we have always done this,” and “It’s not in […]

Patient quality week 5

Part one:Do you use excuses? As a leader how would you respond?The kaizen philosophy seeks to encourage suggestions, not to find excuses for failing to improve.  Typical excuses are, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it,” “I’m too busy to work on it,” “this is how we have always done this,” and “It’s not in […]

Patient quality week 5

Part one:Do you use excuses? As a leader how would you respond?The kaizen philosophy seeks to encourage suggestions, not to find excuses for failing to improve.  Typical excuses are, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it,” “I’m too busy to work on it,” “this is how we have always done this,” and “It’s not in […]

Patient quality week 5

Part one:Do you use excuses? As a leader how would you respond?The kaizen philosophy seeks to encourage suggestions, not to find excuses for failing to improve.  Typical excuses are, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it,” “I’m too busy to work on it,” “this is how we have always done this,” and “It’s not in […]

Patient quality week 5

Part one:Do you use excuses? As a leader how would you respond?The kaizen philosophy seeks to encourage suggestions, not to find excuses for failing to improve.  Typical excuses are, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it,” “I’m too busy to work on it,” “this is how we have always done this,” and “It’s not in […]

Patient quality week 5

Part one:Do you use excuses? As a leader how would you respond?The kaizen philosophy seeks to encourage suggestions, not to find excuses for failing to improve.  Typical excuses are, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it,” “I’m too busy to work on it,” “this is how we have always done this,” and “It’s not in […]

Patient quality week 5

Part one:Do you use excuses? As a leader how would you respond?The kaizen philosophy seeks to encourage suggestions, not to find excuses for failing to improve.  Typical excuses are, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it,” “I’m too busy to work on it,” “this is how we have always done this,” and “It’s not in […]

Patient quality week 5

Part one:Do you use excuses? As a leader how would you respond?The kaizen philosophy seeks to encourage suggestions, not to find excuses for failing to improve.  Typical excuses are, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it,” “I’m too busy to work on it,” “this is how we have always done this,” and “It’s not in […]

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