b An increased emphasis on inspection of individuals work c Increased

B an increased emphasis on inspection of individuals

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b. An increased emphasis on inspection of individuals’ work. c. Increased investment on employee education and training. d. Scientific redesign of processes/servicesQuality improvement strategies focus primarily on systems and process changes, but this does not mean that inspection of the results of individuals’ work or how well people perform in the existing systems should be ignored. Note: We’re talking about inspecting ‘work’ not a person.Inspection or observation is a scientific method used in evaluating how systems and processes are working and can provide clues on how or where to improve. So while we wouldn’t ignore the need toinspect individuals work, we also wouldn’t increase our emphasison this aspect of the process. Strong leadership, team commitment, and enhanced education and training are all very necessary for effective QI interventions to succeed.5. A leadership style that is said to motivate employees, and that optimizes the introduction of change is: a. Autocratic – A clear top-down approach where a single individual has complete power of decision-making and little discussion is had for external input. b. Consultative – A style where leaders engage subordinates/peers in the decision-making and problem-solving process, but ultimately make the final decisions for the team. c. Participatory – An approach where leaders interact with other participants as peers, engaging them in the decision-making process and playing an equal role in the process as others and jointly carrying out the problem solving activities. d. Democratic – An open style of running a team where leaders facilitate discussion among all members, encourage ideas to be shared, and consider everyone’s input in order to make final decisions for the team. Bringing about change in health care settings often involves the participation of all staff. Each professional plays a role in satisfying the organization’s customer (i.e., patients) since the responsibility for the care provided is shared. Therefore, whoever leads a quality effort practice should be prepared to take a central but equal (team-oriented) role in the activities identified for establishing change. Shared governance is a feature of Magnet hospital status; this is a staff-leader
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