Change in Governing Board Members
Change in Governing Board Members Scenario: You were recently hired as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) for a mid-sized hospital and the CEO has asked you to develop a brief strategy to address the possible need for a change in the structure of governing board. The CEO is concerned that the current structure is too conservative and that new members of the community need to be introduced, possibly even former patients. The CEO also believes this change needs to occur due to the new direction of the organization's mission and vision statements. What steps would need to be taken to create this change in the governing board? What benefits would ensure because of this change? What new members should be included? Requirements: The memo should be at least 1, but no more than 2 pages, single-spaced. Use terms, evidence, and concepts from class readings. You need to cite at least 3 sources for this assignment Weston, M. J. (2020). Strategic planning in an age of uncertainty: Creating clarity in uncertain times. (Links to an external site.) Nurse Leader, 18(1), 54–58. Hickey, G., McGilloway, S., O’Brien, M., Leckey, Y., Devlin, M., & Donnelly, M. (2018). Strengthening stakeholder buy-in and engagement for successful exploration and installation: A case study of the development of an area-wide, evidence-based prevention and early intervention strategy. (Links to an external site.) Children & Youth Services Review, 91, 185–195.

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