Self-assessment for managers of health care : how can I be a better manager? / Arie Rotem, Joe Fay
AbstractA self-assessment manual for health managers who have not had professional training in administration, accounting, or planning. The manual is designed to help managers assess their own performance and identify areas where extra study or extra effort could improve managerial efficiency. To provide an appropriate framework, the authors have divided the overall job of managers into groups of functions. These include the setting of priorities, the determination of the most effective way to reach short- and long-term goals, the delegation of tasks and supervision of staff, the evaluation and monitoring of programme performance, and the organization of continuing education. The book concludes with a set of five questionnaires intended for use in securing feedback from colleagues. Written in a lively style, the book will make enjoyable reading for all managers interested in improving the morale of their staff and the effectiveness of the services under their control
Rotem, Arie & Fay, Joe. (1987). Self-assessment for managers of health care : how can I be a better manager? / Arie Rotem, Joe Fay. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/41648
WHO offset publication ; no. 97
Descriptionspa issued by: Madrid : Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo
Greek, Modern (1453-)
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