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01.26.18

Seminar Series


If you’re ready for more depth in your Leadership Development, we hope you’ll be as excited as we are that we are partnering with Jon Chilingerian, PhD, Academic Director of Hanley’s PELI Advanced Course, and a few of his hand-picked faculty from Brandeis University’s Heller School to Launch our First Ever Seminar Series

SEATS ARE LIMITED TO 45!  Enroll TODAY to join this Cohort.

Enroll here:  https://hanleycenter.wufoo.com/forms/z1qv3tf40njjnvu/

Seminar Dates:       March 16, 2018

                                April 6, 2018

                                May 18, 2018

LOCATION:  The Daniel, Brunswick, Maine, 8:00-5:00 with lunch and networking time provided 12:00-1:00 each day.

We anticipate awarding up to 24 Category One CME credits.

Enrollment is limited to the first 45 ALUMNI who enroll.

Enrollment DEADLINE is February 12, 2018.

  • Do you need to bring new and innovative ideas and strategies to your leadership?
  • Do you want to revitalize your ability to lead transformative change?
  • Are you looking for a way to build and rekindle your Hanley Center network of colleagues?

In collaboration with Jon Chilingerian, Professor at Brandeis University and key academic partner in the Hanley Center’s Physician Executive Leadership Institute Advanced Course, the Hanley Center is offering a three-day seminar series that explores innovation-based strategies as a source of competitive advantage in an industry with strict regulation and limited financial resources.  Innovation is a vast subject that requires strategic thinking, reflective practice, experimentation, parallel organizations planning, and organizational learning.  We examine how to design and build organizations and teams that excel at innovation. 

Participants will analyze the principles of leadership that they can apply both within and outside of established organizations, as well as develop an appreciation of the complex issues related to founding, launching, and financing new service ideas, process improvements, and entrepreneurial ventures.

Planned Series Includes:

The Courage to Listen:  Leading Innovative and Transformative Culture Change in Complex Health Care Organizations: Keynote Address and Case Study Exploration by Rev. Jeffrey Brown & Professor Jon Chilingerian.  Rev. Brown is the man behind the “Boston Miracle,” the dramatic drop in youth homicide rate from 76 to zero in the 1990s.  A dynamic and inspirational speaker, Rev Brown shares the thinking and out-of-the-box strategies behind this ‘miracle’ that transformed the culture in youth gangs in Boston.  Professor Chilingerian, lead faculty of the PELI Advanced Course and ranked as one of the top 20 teachers of health management in the world, will build on this base and analyze a case exploring how a CEO at Stanford Medical Center following a major failed merger transformed the culture and operations for the better. 

Developing a Strategic Service Visions & Design Thinking:  In healthcare as in other industries, to keep from falling behind, leaders need to focus on process innovation.  Professor Chilingerian will introduce and engage the class in thinking about the elements of design thinking and prototyping as well as developing a strategic service vision: targeted market segments, well-defined service concepts, focused operating strategy and an effective delivery system. These concepts are critical to successful innovative change.  Using case examples from inside and outside the healthcare industry, Professor Chilingerian works to help participants identify gaps/problems that could serve as opportunities for innovative solutions in their own work.

Professor Chilingerian has lectured across the globe including, Armenia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Denmark, England, Netherlands, Singapore, South Africa, and Spain. He is founding director of the MD-MBA Program in Health Management with Tufts Medical School (1995-present), which today is the largest MD-MBA program in the United States with over 200 graduates.  

Stakeholder Alignment and Innovation Systems:  Professor Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld leads research on agile institutions and teaches classes on strategy and operations at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University.  An award-winning author of books and journal articles on high performance work systems, transformation in labor-management relations, negotiations and conflict resolution, economic development, and engineering systems, Professor Gershenfeld shares concepts and tools to build capacity in multi-stakeholder collaboration and stakeholder engagement and advanced methods, visualizations, and analytics for continuous stakeholder alignment.  He will also dive deeply into concepts of innovation systems including education and approaches used by serial innovators, the challenges of uncertainty and power dynamics associated with innovation in organizations, using innovation in a market context, and anticipating future innovation in the context of platform multipliers.  Professor Gershenfeld uses simulations, case studies, and other engaging teaching methodologies to bring these concepts to life.

Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation:   Entrepreneurial leaders are not only those with innate talents—these skills can be learned!  Professor Carole Carlson shares key concepts in entrepreneurship and business models that foster new business and service line development.  Using a case study approach, Professor Carlson introduces the class to frameworks, techniques, and business models to build health leaders’ capacity to develop and test new ideas. At Brandeis, Professor Carlson teaches courses in Strategic Management, Social Entrepreneurship, and Team Consulting. She is the Concentration Chair for the Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Management concentration in the Heller MBA program. She was the 2013 recipient of the Heller Teaching Award and a 2014 recipient of the Davis Teaching and Learning Fellowship.  She has a significant business consulting and coaching practice and works with the Harvard Business school in delivering online and in-person courses with business executives.  She also advises the Christensen Center for Teaching and Learning at the Harvard Business School on teaching effectiveness.

Each learning sessions will enable participants to analyze principles of strategic thinking to innovative ideas in healthcare management; analyze how to move innovative ideas from concept to implementation; and develop skills for leading change.         

COST:  $1600 for the SERIES with payment due by March 1, 2018. 

To enable a true cohort experience, enrollment must be for the full seminar series.  Thus, enrollment in individual sessions is not an option.

Any questions, contact:

Judiann Smith, Executive Director

judiannsmith@hanleyleadership.org

207-615-6253 

Kathy Vezina, Associate Executive Director

kathrynvezina@hanleyleadership.org

207-553-9854