How did Emma's dream become a prototype of health and care services with radical shifts in power, funding, community involvement, and giver-receiver roles?
How could we transcend the fear-based tyranny of results by seeing performance and accountability as qualities emergent from trust and safety?
At the heart of service work, there's a stark difference that makes a difference, between standardization and individualization/customization.
Inspiration from over a hundred pioneers of radical models of organizing using self-management in next-stage organizations.
Jane Pightling••3 min read
Are educational and developmental techniques that support citizens to take control of their health and wellbeing the same approaches that support staff to take control and manage their own work?
Applying the Buurtzorg model in different healthcare budgeting systems requires innovation for this key element of self-management.
Successful reinvention depends on understanding what radical innovations are really needed. It's not always obvious. Experienced guides who understand the whole big picture, are helpful.
Successful experiments show the human and business value of self-management within the UK and Ireland National Health Service.
Inspired by Reinventing Organizations, this group of midwives is successfully pioneering self-management of care, from the Buurtzorg model.
Could self-management be the answer replacing killer stress at work with happiness, engagement, and collective wellbeing? This story of real experiences, suggests so.