Ch.1 The search for gold ; Ch.2.Knowing what to mine ; Ch.3.The route towards the implementation of shared services ; Ch.4.Scopoing shared services ; Ch.5.Shared services cannot be sold, it can only be bought ; Ch.6.The initial size up : understanding where you are ; Ch.7.Strategic outsourcing ; Ch.8.Organizing and leading shared services ; Ch.9.The foundation for success ; Chr.10.Creating a culture of commitment ; Ch.11.Evolving the shared services business ; Ch.12.Measuring and evaluating success ; Ch.13.Fast forward.
1.New health care system: challenges to nursing leadership ; 2.Leadership theory ; 3.Interactive processes of leadership: communication and group process ; 4.Decision making and conflict management ; 5.Ethical responsibility of the nurse leader ; 6.Organization and management theory ; 7.Overview of nursing management ; 8.Delegation ; 9.Maintaining standards ; 10.Motivation in the work setting ; 11.Monitoring and improving performance ; 12.Legal issues in the work place ; 13.Managing change ; 14.Managing resources: the staff ; 15.Managing resources: time ; 16.Managing resources: the budget ; 17.Informatics in nursing.
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