// RME - Rapid Management Effectiveness for Hyperbusy Professionals

RME - Rapid Management Effectiveness for Hyperbusy Professionals

CPD Points: 11
Duration: 11 Hours
Media Type: Clustered Asset
Provider: Academyst (eMedicus Ltd.)


It is true to say that there generally isn't enough time in the day (world's greatest understatement). However, that doesn't alter the responsibilities you have and the importance of the results but it does get in the way of managing most effectively and that is what this advanced programme seeks to address. The course is built around the Pareto Principle and how to have the maximum management effect without it dominating your working life. It's super-practical and almost guaranteed to save you time or reduce your fire-fighting, or both. Prepare to think somewhat differently and be challenged on the best way to do what you do.

  • Quick focus on core management principles - putting us all on the same page
  • Modern Mintzberg and how it applies in healthcare
  • What's most important to build in to your management approach?
  • What happens if your management approach is unsustainable in today's environment?
  • The modern fire-fighting management cycle
  • Why this is catastrophic to quality, safety and achievement
  • Masking problem root cause - the way we work is part of the problem
  • Understanding the Pareto Principle (80/20 Rule)
  • Working examples of Pareto in use
  • How to use this to create stable performance that's easy to manage
  • Applying this in the context of people and projects
  • Building an 80/20 Framework for rapid application in anything you manage
  • It starts with prioritisation
  • How to approach what you do from a role perspective, not a job title one
  • Developing a continual improvement approach to what you manage
  • Within role prioritisation and separation of the 80 from the 20
  • Applying a cornerstone approach to ensure high achievement
  • Understanding triggers and how to use them to reduce risk and effort simultaneously
  • Better deployment of people and resources
  • Getting participants up-to-speed fast
  • Using ENABLEMENT principles to ensure things work
  • The importance of simplification
  • Breaking down projects and processes into their component purposes
  • Utilising the Theory of Constraints to save time and improve flow of work

  • Doctors - Junior
  • Doctors - Middle
  • Doctors - Senior
  • Nurses - Junior
  • Nurses - Middle
  • Nurses - Senior
  • Business & Administration - Junior
  • Business & Administration - Middle
  • Business & Administration - Senior
  • Allied Pros - Junior
  • Allied Pros - Middle
  • Allied Pros - Senior