Accountability Structures: The Difference Between Organizational Accomplishment or Mediocrity

Friday, May 1, 2015: 3:30 PM-4:30 PM
National Harbor 4/5 (Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center) - 3rd Floor
Primary Presenter:
Andrew Reed, CPA , Multi-View Incorporated Systems, Hendersonville, NC
Accountability or lack of accountability determines whether or not initiatives are accomplished and if standards are maintained at an organization. Among the problems with most organizational accountability approaches is they are typically dependent upon the “personal inspection of work.” Much of the solution lies in the use of “structures” that are non-dependent upon a manager’s level of energy or physical presence in order to perpetually maintain the established standards of the organization over long periods of time.

Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss the importance of accountability and why it cannot be solely based on the “personal inspection of work”
2. Describe the value of establishing clear, impressive and sustainable standards and how these standards enable the utilization of “self-control” to vastly increase accountability
3. Examine many structural accountability methods utilized by hospices that routinely operate in the 90th percentile

CE/CME: CPA, Nurse, Physician and Social Worker
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