Perspectives on Leadership: Understanding and Managing Change in Healthcare
Michael A. Knaus

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Journal of the Dermatology Nurses' Association
February 2009 
Volume 1  Number 1
Pages 55 - 56
 
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Knaus, Michael A.

Issue: Volume 1(1), January/February 2009, pp 55-56 Publication Type: [DEPARTMENTS: Perspectives on Leadership] Publisher: © 2009 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc. Institution(s): Michael A. Knaus, MS, EMBA, DBA(c), Michael A. Knaus & Associates, Charlotte, North Carolina. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Michael A. Knaus, MS, EMBA, DBA(c), Michael A. Knaus & Associates, 11313 Coreopsis Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 28213. E-mail: Michael@maknaus.com

This column is designed to provide helpful information and perspectives on current leadership issues in healthcare. The first topic will be about understanding and managing change. Change is currently affecting every aspect of life. The best way to manage change is to take a proactive approach and take charge of the future.

Currently, the healthcare industry and all healthcare professionals are experiencing intense and rapid change because of economic ...

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