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Case
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Reference no. 397-005-1
Authors: - BAMM Ltd (British Association of Medical Managers)
Published in: 1997

Abstract

The case highlights the individual and group behaviour of senior managers within circumstances of considerable change with the National Health Service, UK. The crucial elements which are explored are: (1) what makes effective/ineffective top teams within NHS Trusts; and (2) stakeholder analysis as a vehicle for identifying the strategic direction an organisation can pursue. The teaching note that accompany the case study identifies four key learning objectives: (1) understanding stakeholder analysis; (2) exercising discretion; (3) structure of an organisation; and (4) consideration of context.
Location:
Size:
GBP70 million
Other setting(s):
1994-1995

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Abstract

The case highlights the individual and group behaviour of senior managers within circumstances of considerable change with the National Health Service, UK. The crucial elements which are explored are: (1) what makes effective/ineffective top teams within NHS Trusts; and (2) stakeholder analysis as a vehicle for identifying the strategic direction an organisation can pursue. The teaching note that accompany the case study identifies four key learning objectives: (1) understanding stakeholder analysis; (2) exercising discretion; (3) structure of an organisation; and (4) consideration of context.

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Location:
Size:
GBP70 million
Other setting(s):
1994-1995

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