How Dysfunction Shows Up in Non-Profit Healthcare and Why SEAM May Be the Answer to Overcoming It by Cheryl Throgmorton

    © 2016 Olivier Lamboray, Abandoned Ship

    © 2016 Olivier Lamboray, Abandoned Ship

    Non-profit healthcare organizations are mission driven and seek to provide benefit for the communities in which they serve. This paper outlines the author's self-reflection that led to the identification of many examples of dysfunctions that result from the TFW virus within non-profit healthcare organizations. The author includes an assessment on why other change methodologies have fallen short by not addressing the organizational dysfunctions prior to implementation. SEAM is presented as being a pre-requisite to employing any other change management methodologies. The author explores the apparent innate compatibility of SEAM with non-profit healthcare.

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