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Complexity Leadership - New Leadership Theory Describes Depth of Project Management in Healthcare
Event: 
Healthcare PrC
Date: 
March 19, 2018 - 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Venue Address: 
Minneapolis Marriott Northwest
7025 Northland Dr N
Brooklyn Park , MN 55428
PDU: 
1.00
PMI Talent Triangle: 
Leadership
Event ID: 
C018180106C
Program Description: 

Traditional leadership theories do not appear to take into account the myriad of interconnected issues faced by large modern healthcare organizations. Complexity Leadership Theory appears a promising model to describe how complex teams analyze and address complex healthcare change issues. My research investigated which complexity leadership functions and practices influence complex team success at a local healthcare program. 

The findings indicate that regardless of management approach (Lean, Process Improvement, PI and/or project management, PM), the complexity leadership practices are used by successful teams. I will share how my Complexity Leadership Framework can contribute to success in managing complex projects in healthcare organizations.

Speaker(s) Bios: 

JP Hagerty has been a strategic project manager for Allina Health for four years. Some of the systemwide initiatives JP led during this time include the implementation of a new department, policies and procedures to accompany new remote observation equipment for patient privacy and safety; managing the program that merged administration of two hospitals; implementation of the evidence based clinical guidelines for standardized IV Heparin; and development of program governance structures and procedures for several centralized functions. JP is currently the program manager for Allina Health | Aetna, the first new insurance company to MN in over 20 years.

JP is a transplant to Minnesota who had a diverse upbringing (army brat) and wide-ranging professional and educational experiences. Prior to joining Allina Health, JP held various leadership roles at the University of Minnesota. JP’s credentials include a project management certificate from the U of M, Master degree in Organizational Leadership from St Catherine University, Health Care Compliance Graduate Certificate from Mitchell Hamline’s Health Law Institute, and a Bachelor of Art degree from the Univ. of N. Carolina at Charlotte. JP has served on the City of Minneapolis Ethical Practices Board since 2012. J.P. can be reached at j.p.hagerty@allina.com.

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