LO in Hospitals LO22816

Gavin Ritz (garritz@xtra.co.nz)
Thu, 07 Oct 1999 21:00:18 +1300

Replying to LO22813 --

Dear Nancy

It sounds like you have had it with hospitals, I can understand that,
plenty ego's, building of silo's plenty of self preservation, believe it
or not other organisations do not differ too widely.


NProbst261@aol.com wrote:

> Hospitals are pretty complex worlds that offer a slew of unique challenges
> not found in other industries - such as, strong patriarchies/matriachies,
> a reliance on co-dependency and guilt as premier management tools, and the
> power of physicians - non-employees for the most part but basically run
> most of the show.
> Much luck to you. After 30 years in healthcare, I'm taking a breather and
> it's refreshing.
> Nancy


Gavin Ritz <garritz@xtra.co.nz>

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