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Is your healthcare organization spending too much time on strategy--with too little to show for it?If you read nothing else on strategy, read these 10 articles. We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most important ones for healthcare professionals to help you catalyze your organization’s strategy development and execution.Leadin Is your healthcare organization spending too much time on strategy--with too little to show for it?If you read nothing else on strategy, read these 10 articles. We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most important ones for healthcare professionals to help you catalyze your organization’s strategy development and execution.Leading strategy experts, such as Michael E. Porter, Jim Collins, W. Chan Kim, and Renee Mauborgne, provide the insights and advice you need to: Understand how the rules of corporate competition translate to the healthcare sector Craft a vision for an uncertain future Segment your market to better serve diverse patient populations Achieve the best health outcomes--at the lowest cost Learn what disruptive innovation means for healthcare Use the Balanced Scorecard to measure your progress This collection of articles includes "What Is Strategy?" by Michael E. Porter; "The Five Competitive Forces That Shape Strategy," by Michael E. Porter; "Health Care Needs Real Competition," by Leemore S. Dafny and Thomas H. Lee; "Building Your Company's Vision," by Jim Collins and Jerry I. Porras; "Reinventing Your Business Model," by Mark W. Johnson, Clayton M. Christensen, and Henning Kagermann; "Will Disruptive Innovations Cure Health Care?" by Clayton M. Christensen, Richard Bohmer, and John Kenagy; "Blue Ocean Strategy," by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne; "Rediscovering Market Segmentation," by Daniel Yankelovich and David Meer; "The Office of Strategy Management," by Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton; and "The Strategy That Will Fix Health Care," by Michael E. Porter and Thomas H. Lee.


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Is your healthcare organization spending too much time on strategy--with too little to show for it?If you read nothing else on strategy, read these 10 articles. We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most important ones for healthcare professionals to help you catalyze your organization’s strategy development and execution.Leadin Is your healthcare organization spending too much time on strategy--with too little to show for it?If you read nothing else on strategy, read these 10 articles. We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most important ones for healthcare professionals to help you catalyze your organization’s strategy development and execution.Leading strategy experts, such as Michael E. Porter, Jim Collins, W. Chan Kim, and Renee Mauborgne, provide the insights and advice you need to: Understand how the rules of corporate competition translate to the healthcare sector Craft a vision for an uncertain future Segment your market to better serve diverse patient populations Achieve the best health outcomes--at the lowest cost Learn what disruptive innovation means for healthcare Use the Balanced Scorecard to measure your progress This collection of articles includes "What Is Strategy?" by Michael E. Porter; "The Five Competitive Forces That Shape Strategy," by Michael E. Porter; "Health Care Needs Real Competition," by Leemore S. Dafny and Thomas H. Lee; "Building Your Company's Vision," by Jim Collins and Jerry I. Porras; "Reinventing Your Business Model," by Mark W. Johnson, Clayton M. Christensen, and Henning Kagermann; "Will Disruptive Innovations Cure Health Care?" by Clayton M. Christensen, Richard Bohmer, and John Kenagy; "Blue Ocean Strategy," by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne; "Rediscovering Market Segmentation," by Daniel Yankelovich and David Meer; "The Office of Strategy Management," by Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton; and "The Strategy That Will Fix Health Care," by Michael E. Porter and Thomas H. Lee.

54 review for HBR's 10 Must Reads on Strategy for Healthcare (featuring articles by Michael E. Porter and Thomas H. Lee, MD)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michael McCormick

    A super valuable collection of articles on the specifics of what having a strategy means, especially deciding what not to do, to a capstone article by Professors Porter and Lee on "The Strategy that Will Fix Healthcare," which includes an invaluable chart emphasizing even what patients can do themselves to effect change in this industry in the 21st Century. I loved all the articles. Reading this book introduced me to things I had heard about, such as a balanced scorecard and an Office of Strateg A super valuable collection of articles on the specifics of what having a strategy means, especially deciding what not to do, to a capstone article by Professors Porter and Lee on "The Strategy that Will Fix Healthcare," which includes an invaluable chart emphasizing even what patients can do themselves to effect change in this industry in the 21st Century. I loved all the articles. Reading this book introduced me to things I had heard about, such as a balanced scorecard and an Office of Strategy Management, but did not know the specifics of, to concepts like Blue Ocean Strategy that I remember reading about in HBR and enjoyed reading about again as a refresher. Thank you Harvard Business School Press for this collection of articles and for all the other volumes you publish.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marks54

    This is one of the series of “greatest hits” collection that HBR puts out, I suspect to make some progress in getting these assigned as texts for classes and executive education/training courses. Porter is one of the reigning gurus, of course, but his recent work on health care strategy with Lee and Elizabeth Teisberg are worth paying attention to and have attracted much attention. This collection has some nice piece mixed in with some chestnuts and even some chestnut wannabes. The nice feature This is one of the series of “greatest hits” collection that HBR puts out, I suspect to make some progress in getting these assigned as texts for classes and executive education/training courses. Porter is one of the reigning gurus, of course, but his recent work on health care strategy with Lee and Elizabeth Teisberg are worth paying attention to and have attracted much attention. This collection has some nice piece mixed in with some chestnuts and even some chestnut wannabes. The nice feature of these sorts of articles is that the overall punchline is fairly clear, with supporting nooks and crannies well laid out. Depending on one’s taste, the weakness of these pieces is similar to the strength - so if you do not like HRB pieces, you likely will not like a collection of them. It is possible to track down versions of these health care pieces in medical journals like JAMA and NEJM. There they are rigorously edited and pared down to the critical points. Anyway, if you are interested in health care, this is a worthwhile collection. I am waiting to see their collection of COVI:D-19 materials. HBS has done much work and it is worth reading.

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