Case Solution for Leading Change at SJHC and LHSC: Burr Under the Saddle or a Grain of Sand in the Oyster

Complete Case details are given below :

Case Name :      Leading Change at SJHC and LHSC: Burr Under the Saddle or a Grain of Sand in the Oyster
Authors :           Gerard Seijts, Ken Mark
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            906C10
Discipline :        Human Resource Management
Case Length :    19 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
The transfer of perinatal services at St. Joseph’s Health Care Centre (SJHC) to the Women’s and Children’s Services at London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC), included the relocation of clinical programs, 500 staff and about 40 physicians. SJHC’s perinatal program had been among the hospital’s premier programs and was recognized as a world-class tertiary perinatal program for more than 30 years. The hospital’s comprehensive care for newborns included providing care for very sick infants and extremely premature babies. The move to LHSC was a source of much concern to key stakeholders, leading scientists and specialists with much negative impact on recruitment, retention and staff morale. The vice-president, acute and ambulatory care at SJHC and the vice-president, women and children’s clinical business unit at LHSC were appointed to help prepare leaders throughout all stages of the restructuring. On their agenda were the following issues: culture, safety procedures, team conflict, excessive turnover, structure, leadership orientation, among others. Where should they start; and how could they get physicians, patient care leaders and staff to think past six months, given that there are numerous issues that keep them busy on a daily, weekly and monthly basis?
 
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