Timothy W. Boden
I recently ran across a thought-provoking article published on LinkedIn’s Pulse e-zine Web page that offers what could amount to an effective set of New Year’s goals for medical practice leaders seeking top performance for themselves and their organizations. The article’s author said he learned more during his five-year stint at eBay than he had learned in the previous 20 years of his career. Better-performing medical practices—without exception—develop, nurture, and protect a group culture unlike that of their “also-ran” competitors. Pluhowski’s five life-changing lessons can apply directly to you and your medical practice.