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Collins-McNeil, J., Sharpe, D., & Benbow, D. (2012). Performance potential. Aging workforce: Retaining valuable nurses. Nursing Management, 43(3), 50–51. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.Due to the increasing connectivity between patient safety and government-sponsored financial incentives, it is important for nurse managers to understand the specific language used by finance. This article examines the importance of this topic.Harton, B. B., Marshburn, D., Kuykendall, J., Poston, C., & Mears, D. A. (2012).Self-scheduling: Help or hindrance? Nursing Management, 43(1), 10–12. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.This article discusses the possibility of allowing nurses to create their own schedules to boost retention.Outten, M. K. (2012). From veterans to nexters: Managing a multigenerational nursing workforce. Nursing Management, 43(4), 42–47. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.The author of this article addresses the need for effective management of a multigenerational workforce. Increased nurse turnover and interpersonal conflict are some of the consequences of overlooking this type of diversity.Wisotzkey, S. (2011). Will they stay or will they go? Insight into nursing turnover. Nursing Management, 42(2), 15–17. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. In this article, the author focuses on creating a work environment that will decrease the effects of nurse turnover. The author states that organizational commitment has the most direct effect on these turnover rates.Optional ResourcesManion, J. (2009). Managing the multi-generational nursing workforce: Managerial and policy implications(White Paper). Retrieved from International Centre for Human Resources in Nursing website:
Hatcher, B. J. (Ed.). (2006). Wisdom at work: The importance of the older andexperienced nurse in the workplace(White Paper). Retrieved from National Academy on an Aging Society website: Chambers, P. D. (2010). Tap the unique strengths of the millennial generation. Nursing, 40(2), 48–51. Retrieved from hs_of_the_millennial.18Week 10Note:To access this week’s required library resources, please click on the link to the Course Readings List, found in the Course Materialssection of your Syllabus.Required ReadingsManion, J. (2011). From management to leadership: Strategies for transforming health care(3rd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.Chapter 5, “The Art of Effectively Facilitating Processes” (pp. 179–242)This chapter describes the many components that make up the facilitating process. Some of these elements include empowerment, authority, resolutions, and negotiation.Chapter 6, “Getting Results” (pp. 243–282)The main points of this chapter are the components that contribute to effective teamwork. The author lists the benefits and pitfalls of proactive behavior, group decision making, and problem solving.

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