by Ron Wince Published September 16, 2010Filed Under:
We’re fast approaching our first annual Operational Excellence Virtual Conference. Our purpose behind the event is to take advantage of the latest technology innovations to help our clients and friends exchange ideas, learn from each other and to hear from leading thinkers on the challenges of leadership and thriving in the new economy...
by Ron Wince Published February 25, 2010Filed Under:
I was excited to be able to contribute a guest post on the Center for Health Transformation (CHT) American People’s Online Health Summit blog this past week. In my post (titled, “Ownership is the Key to Improving Health Care”) I talk about the need for new thinking and perspective as it pertains to health care reform.
by Ron Wince Published December 14, 2009Filed Under:
In today’s challenging economy companies continue to search for opportunities to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their overhead processes. What has changed recently is a shift from focusing on cost reductions to a focus on holding the line as the economy recovers. In nearly every discussion with senior leadership over the past few months they have mentioned the need to keep staffing levels constant while continuing to improve the service levels even as they see growth on the horizon.
by Ron Wince Published June 26, 2009Filed Under:
Recently while waiting to board a Southwest Airlines flight I was watching passengers come off the plane that had just arrived.
by Ron Wince Published October 20, 2010Filed Under:
Workplaces in the private sector and the public sector have many similarities. After all, objectives need to be met and daily work needs to get accomplished. Through our experience with business process management we have identified five major differences between sectors.
by Ron Wince Published February 2, 2012Filed Under:
We’re fast approaching our second annual High Performance Virtual Summit. The event will focus on ways to cope with the new era of disruptive change. The virtual summit will be conducted on February 29, 2012 and will bring together healthcare leaders from across the country including Gundersen Lutheran, Center for Health Transformation and Stand Up To Cancer to share actionable insights on how healthcare organizations can implement progressive strategies and tactics to become more efficient and in many cases… survive.
by Ron Wince Published July 13, 2010Filed Under:
A recent article from the NY Times Sunday business section...
by Ron Wince Published October 13, 2010Filed Under:
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) has provided government agencies with great opportunities to spend money on their local projects. The President’s new initiatives also require accountability. With these new expectations in place, it would not be prudent to spend the funds wildly. However, as is often the case, the funds will only exist and be available for a limited time frame.
by Ron Wince Published June 8, 2009Filed Under:
In a recent interview on Fox Business channel, I had the opportunity to discus how effectively the stimulus funds are being deployed.
by Ron Wince Published September 15, 2010Filed Under:
For the past few decades, chief financial officers (CFOs) were left to focus on “bean counting” and played little or no role in an organization’s quality improvement initiative. Increasingly, that role is changing and more organizations are having CFOs front and center in leading quality efforts. Here are the reasons why...