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COVID-19 Resource Roundup – Leadership (Apr. 23 Update)

by Andrew Knight  |  April 23, 2020  |  Submit a Comment

Healthcare supply chain professionals are working tirelessly to supply their hospitals with the resources necessary to navigate through the current health crisis.  At the same time, it is important to remember that managing the balance between supply and demand is merely half the battle and that leadership effectiveness must remain a critical focus area.  In this week’s Research Roundup, I highlight several resources that can help on the leadership side of the equation (see graphic at the bottom).  The links below cover topics from financial risk mitigation, to communication, to ensuring the health and wellness of your staff. 

FINANCIAL RISKS:

COMMUNICATION:

MANAGING EMPLOYEE STRESS:

Gartner is producing a wide array of content focused on all of the above areas with a significant of research made publicly available here. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Eric O’Daffer’s Blog as well.  I’m currently publishing this blog each Thursday, so if you’ve found this one useful please do look out for a weekly notification from my account on LinkedIn or by visiting directly on the Gartner Blog Network. 

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Andrew Knight
Sr Director Analyst I
2 years at Gartner
23 years IT Industry

Andrew Knight's focus on topics for Healthcare Supply Chain includes Physician Preference Item (PPI) sourcing, contracting and category management, including negotiation, spend analytics, talent and organization, as well as value analysis.Read Full Bio




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