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Rethinking, Revisiting, & Reimagining PI: Organization Design: A Pathway to Performance

Rethinking, Revisiting, & Reimagining PI: Organization Design: A Pathway to Performance

The landscape within which organizations compete today has undergone a drastic change and continues to do so. The environment dictates that an organization be agile and resilient to nimbly transmogrify and respond to business priorities to sustain its competitive advantage.

The <i>Performance Improvement<i> Journal: July Issue

The Performance Improvement Journal: July Issue

Welcome to the July issue of the Performance Improvement journal (PIJ). In this issue you will find learning materials, tools, models, visuals, tips, tricks, and reviews that will keep you striving for excellence. These handcrafted articles developed by thinkers and doers in the community are edited by Dr. James Pershing.

Evidence-Based Repositioning of FITC

Evidence-Based Repositioning of FITC

Newstrom and Davis (2002) said “organizations require consistent levels of high performance from individual employees in order to enhance overall corporate performance and survive in a highly competitive environment” (p. 139). In a similar perspective, Addison (2004) indicated that “performance architecture is the design of the organizational house where all three levels are integrated to smoothly support the raison d’etre of the entity, be it a business, civil service, or non-governmental organization” (p. 14).

Organizational Design: How Structure, Mission, Vision, and Values Align

Organizational Design: How Structure, Mission, Vision, and Values Align

As a full-service healthcare company established in 1988, Maxim Healthcare Services has extensive experience providing home health, medical staffing, and wellness services in communities nationwide. In 2009 the organization brought aboard its first chief executive officer.