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    Nancy M. Albert, Sharon H. Pappas, Tim Porter-O'Grady, Kathy Malloch.
    "The current text explores leadership within the context of a new understanding of complex adaptive systems and complex responsive processes. The leader is seen through a new lens of relational leadership in a way that emphasizes numerous skill sets for managing increasingly complex and diverse healthcare delivery systems in an era of constant movement and change. Rather than focus on the mechanics of operations and function, this text emphasizes the characteristics and role of the complexity leader through both describing the context of complexity and the application of the role as a leader of these complex systems. A revision of the text is needed to share the new science created supporting high levels of interdisciplinary team work as provide strategies for leaders to further advance their skills in leading complex, interdisciplinary teams. The most outstanding feature of this book is that it has an exceptionally unique focus that specifically addresses postindustrial, complex and highly mobile organizational systems and emphasizes the characteristics, elements, and role of leaders in guiding individuals and teams through effectively navigating work in these essentially new models. Quantum Leadership also integrates the essential requirements for Quality Matters certification of online courses that are used in many colleges and universities. Many more of the faculty and students using this textbook are in DNP programs and others are in leadership masters programs. These programs are contending with providing leadership within the context of a shifting healthcare landscape, the PPACA and increasing emphasis on trans disciplinary and value-based processes"--Publisher's description
    Digital Access  R2Library 2022