Dr. Elizabeth Harris, chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology (DA) in the North Atlantic Hospital (NAH), is facing several major challenges. Staff surveys confirmed its view that the department Faculty morale was low, the tenure and promotion system was perceived as opaque and towards researchers and clinicians total faculty felt the organization had little interest in their professional development and well-being. NAH had commissioned career conferences in all depa … Read more »

Dr. Elizabeth Harris, chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology (DA) in the North Atlantic Hospital (NAH), is facing several major challenges. Staff surveys confirmed its view that the department Faculty morale was low, the tenure and promotion system was perceived as opaque and towards researchers and clinicians total faculty felt the organization had little interest in their professional development and well-being. NAH had career conferences in all departments commissioned a year before, and Harris felt this initiative could serve as an important building block for a comprehensive employee performance and development program for the DA used. In designing the DA Career Conference initiative, Harris and her team DA faculty representative for all promotion and in lengths of service requested. In addition, best practices captured from all other divisions NAH and other similar institutions.
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Boris Groysberg,
Lisa Leffert,
Kerry Herman,
Libby Williams
Source: Harvard Business School
19 pages.
Release Date: 24, January 2011. Prod #: 411018-PDF-ENG
Development and promotion of the North Atlantic hospital HBR case solution

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