By Mervyn Conroy (auth.)
MacIntyre's narrative dependent advantage ethics have for the 1st time during this e-book been utilized to a firm present process switch pushed by way of marketplace forces and a society that wishes extra for much less with scant regard for the ability through which that's completed. the sensible capability of those insights is explored within the case examine that runs in the course of the book.
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The NSFs were gradually introduced from 2000 onwards, and new ones are still being added. Each NSF is accompanied by a Policy Implementation Guideline (PIG) and a delivery strategy that details what should be delivered ‘on the ground’, for example, the make-up of community mental health teams (CMHTs) and the roles and responsibilities each individual in the team should have. Targets for achievement are set and these targets are monitored for compliance, and deviance is picked up and performance managed from ‘The Centre’, as the DoH is often referred to by the participants.
32 Organisational Change and Healthcare 33 A further development of the structural functionalist approach can be attributed to Schein (1985). Schein developed the idea of organisational ‘cultures’ that called for a whole range of change strategies including analytical, educational/learning and political process. Tushman et al. (1986) add more radical approaches which include sacking and replacing the CEO and/or introduction of new staff into existing structures in order to channel behaviour in new directions.
What seems to be missing is case study material that takes a discursive approach, offering accounts from practitioners’ perspectives and one that draws out what is normally concealed. Two related aspects, resistance and ethics, have been given limited attention to date. To understand more about what change means to practitioners in these areas would therefore offer a contribution to knowledge on organisational change, to the trusts concerned that are keen to support their staff in the midst of change, and finally to the practitioners themselves who are calling for candid accounts of change rather than theoretical prescriptions or guidelines.
An Ethical Approach to Leading Change: An Alternative and Sustainable Application by Mervyn Conroy (auth.)