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     Developing, implementing and evaluating care pathways in the UK: The way to go (HSMC research report)
Publisher: University of Birmingham, Health Services Management Centre
Author(s): Kathryn De Luc



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     Personalisation and the Social Care 'revolution': Future Options for the Reform of Public Services (HSMC Policy Paper)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
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     Integrating Care and Transforming Community Services: What Works? Where Next? (HSMC Policy Paper)
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     The Billion Dollar Question: Embedding Prevention in Older People's Services - 10 'high Impact' Changes (HSMC Policy Paper)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
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     All in This Together?: Making Best Use of Health and Social Care Resources in an Era of Austerity (HSMC Policy Paper)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
Author(s): Jon Glasby, Helen Dickinson, Robin Miller



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     The Vanguard of Integration or a Lost Tribe?: Care Trusts Ten Years on (HSMC Policy Paper)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
Author(s): Robin Millar, Helen Dickinson, Jon Glasby



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     A Stake in the Outcome: Building a Culture of Ownership for the Long-Term Success of Your Business
Publisher: Crown Business
Author(s): Jack Stack, Bo Burlingham

The First Management Classic of the New Millennium!
A bold experiment is taking place these days, as leading-edge companies turn upside down the management paradigm that has dominated corporate thinking for more than one hundred years. Southwest Airlines is perhaps the most visible practitioner, soaring through economic downturns while its competitors slash their budgets and order massive layoffs, but you can find other pioneers of the new approach in almost every industry and market niche. Their secret: a culture of ownership that allows them to tap into the most underutilized resource in business today?namely, the enthusiasm, intelligence, and creativity of working people everywhere.

No one knows more about building a culture of ownership than CEO Jack Stack, who?s been working on one for the past twenty years with his colleagues at SRC Holdings Corporation (formerly Springfield ReManufacturing Corporation). Along the way, they?ve turned their company into what Business Week has called a ?management Mecca,? attracting thousands of people representing hundreds of businesses to SRC?s home in Springfield, Missouri. There the visitors learn how to incorporate the ideals and values of SRC?s remarkable corporate culture into their own organizations?and then they go back and do it.

Now, in A Stake in the Outcome, Stack offers a master class on creating a culture of ownership, presenting the hard-won lessons of his own twenty-year journey and explaining what it really takes to build for long-term success. The pioneer of ?open-book management? (described in the best-selling classic The Great Game of Business), Stack and twelve other managers began their journey in 1982, when they purchased their factory from its struggling parent company. SRC grew 15 percent a year, while adding almost a thousand new jobs, and the company?s stock price rocketed from 10 cents to $81.60 per share. In the process, Stack discovered that long-term success required constant innovation?and that building a culture of ownership involved much more than paying bonuses, handing out stock options, or setting up an employee stock ownership plan. In a successful ownership culture, every employee had to take the fate of the company as personally as an individual owner would. Achieving that level of commitment was extraordinarily difficult, but Stack realized that the payoff would be enormous: a company that was consistently able to outperform the market.

A Stake in the Outcome isn?t about theory?it?s about practice. Stack draws from his own successes and failures at SRC to show how any company can teach its employees to think and act like owners, including how to implement an effective equity-sharing program, how to promote continuous learning at every level of the organization, how to fire up employees? competitive juices, how to broaden the concept of leadership and delegate responsibility for the business, and how to build a workforce that is fast on its feet and ready to take advantage of every opportunity. You?ll also learn about other companies that have succeeded in building cultures of ownership?and the lessons they can teach the rest of us.

Written in Jack Stack?s straightforward, witty, no-beating-around-the-bush style, A Stake in the Outcome is like having a one-on-one session with a master entrepreneur and business innovator. It shows managers and executives of companies both large and small how to build a ferociously motivated workforce that is energized and committed to meeting and overcoming the most daunting challenges a company can face.


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     Beneficial Bombing: The Progressive Foundations of American Air Power, 1917-1945 (Studies in War, Society, and the Militar)
Publisher: Univ of Nebraska Pr
Author(s): Mark Clodfelter

The Progressive Era, marked by a desire for economic, political, and social reform, ended for most Americans with the ugly reality and devastation of World War I. Yet for Army Air Service officers, the carnage and waste witnessed on the western front only served to spark a new progressive movement �?to reform war by relying on destructive technology as the instrument of change. In Beneficial Bombing Mark Clodfelter describes how American airmen, horrified by World War I s trench warfare, turned to the progressive ideas of efficiency and economy in an effort to reform war itself, with the heavy bomber as their solution to limiting the bloodshed. They were convinced that the airplane, used as a bombing platform, offered the means to make wars less lethal than conflicts waged by armies or navies.

Clodfelter examines the progressive idealism that led to the creation of the U.S. Air Force and its doctrine that the finite destruction of precision bombing would end wars more quickly and with less suffering for each belligerent. What is more, his work shows how these progressive ideas emerged intact after World War II to become the foundation of modern U.S. Air Force doctrine. Drawing on a wealth of archival material, including critical documents unavailable to previous researchers, Clodfelter presents the most complete analysis ever of the doctrinal development underpinning current U.S. Air Force notions about strategic bombing.

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     Determining the Information Needs of General Medical Practice: Constructing Activity and Information Models: v. 1 & 2 (HSMC Research Report)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
Author(s): Andrew W. Willis



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     Waiting Lists and the NHS Review: Reality and Myths (HSMC Research Report)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
Author(s): Penelope M. Mullen



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     Effective Purchasing (HSMC Discussion Paper)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
Author(s): Christopher Ham, P. Spurgeon



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     Locality Purchasing (HSMC Discussion Paper)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
Author(s): Christopher Ham



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     Specialist Hospital Services: Exploring Public Attitudes to Travel and Specialist Treatment (HSMC Research Report)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
Author(s): Penelope M. Mullen, Peter Spurgeon



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     Public and User Involvement in Primary Care Groups and Trusts: Alien or Ally? - A Study That is Part of HSMC's National Evaluation of Primary Care Groups and Trusts
Publisher: University of Birmingham
Author(s): Myrtle Elbers, Emma Regen, E. Regan



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     Capacity, Culture and Leadership: Lessons from Experience of Improving Access to Hospital Services - HSMC
Publisher: University of Birmingham Press
Author(s): Chris Ham, etc.



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     GP Budget Holding: Lessons from Across the Pond and from the NHS (HSMC Policy Paper)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
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     Liberating the NHS: Orders of Change? (HSMC Policy Paper)
Publisher: University of Birmingham
Author(s): Ross Millar, Iain Snelling, Hilary Brown



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     Art Deco (Masterworks)
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     Along the Schuylkill River (Images of America) (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Author(s): Laura Catalano, Kurt D. Zwikl

The Schuylkill River got its name, meaning �?hidden river,�? from Dutch settlers who discovered its mouth sequestered behind the Delaware River�?s League Island. It later became a river of revolutions. Along its banks Revolutionary War battles were fought, and George Washington�?s army famously camped at Valley Forge. Later the river helped fuel the Industrial Revolution with coal from Schuylkill County shipped to Philadelphia via the Schuylkill Canal. The Philadelphia and Reading Railroad began here and grew into the largest corporation in the world. The iron and steel industry flourished along its waters. The Schuylkill River Desilting Project of the 1950s was the first large-scale cleanup of its kind and helped usher in an environmental revolution. The nation�?s first public water supply was developed here, and its first zoo and university overlook the river.

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     Towards Managed Primary Care: The Role And Experience of Primary Care Organizations
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Co
Author(s): Judith Smith, Nick Goodwin

The last decade has witnessed a transformation in the organization and management of primary care. In "Towards Managed Primary Care", the authors examine the background and development of Primary Care Groups and Primary Care Trusts (PCG/Ts) in the English NHS. The book focuses on the practical experience of developing and managing PCG/Ts and on the lessons that can be drawn from this for future policy relating to the management and evaluation of such organizations in the UK and elsewhere. The work: provides an overview of the background to the development of PCG/Ts in England, set within the context of international developments of similar primary care organizations; examines the organization and management of PCG/Ts; analyses the impact of PCG/Ts on the provision of health services and on the wider health system; explores the challenges inherent in carrying out research into primary care organizations; and focuses on the future development and evaluation of primary care organizations. With chapter conclusions setting out evidence-based lessons for developing and researching primary care organizations, this book will be an invaluable guide for all those interested or involved in health policy, health services research and primary care organization and management.

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