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The health system nursing leader is responsible for providing high-quality, service-oriented nursing care to deliver such care with disciplined cost management; to lead and develop a group of nursing executives and managers at the facility level; to establish nursing professional development programs; to build and maintain an effective supply of nurses; and to advocate for nurses and patients. Balancing these imperatives requires thoughtful strategic planning and disciplined execution. In their absence, organizations flounder to address a single problem in isolation and struggle to perform against outcomes. One organization approached the challenge by engaging in a comprehensive, accelerated strategic planning process. The experience brought together 11 hospital nursing executives in consensus around a prioritized strategic agenda. This article is a case study of the approach used to define a nursing agenda.
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