Author(s): Hackett M, Spurgeon P
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Abstract The development of NHS trusts has been a major part of the NHS reforms in the United Kingdom. The creation of trust boards has coincided with significant pressures from the combined forces for change and consolidation within publicly financed health care in the UK. The development of a long term strategic vision for trusts to ensure long-term survival is imperative. Considers evidence from international researchers and translates this into the context of NHS trusts. Discusses how they define and identify vision and ensure that vision building can be communicated and understood by key stakeholders within and outside the organization. Offers several practical suggestions on how their vision can be monitored and evaluated within the organization.
This article was published in Health Manpow Manage
and referenced in International Journal of Economics & Management Sciences