Considering the cultural assumptions and beliefs underlying a perfectionist mentality: perfection is always expected; mistakes are not allowed. This assumption can create an environment inhospitable to quality improvement. How would you change that perception?
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This first you will have to make people understand that for a man is to error .And for you to succeed on whatever you are doing you must have trials to reach to final answer .Thus in such environment people will fear to try thus ending up not having many solutions because you cant do something you are not sure about .
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According to Spath, (2013) discuss that culture is embedded into the organization’s history and the subconscious minds of the staff. Therefore, in order to change the connotative perception it would be imperative to get an open opinion of each person’s involvement on the quality team. By gathering this information, I will be able to set reasonable guidelines for the committee to agree upon. Usually when logic and the majority rule out other motions, an individual is less likely to be opposing. The organization’s members need to understand that we are here to promote excellence quality care.
Our goal is to utilize the quality principles of W. Edward Deming (1986). Help people do a better job, drive out fear, break down barriers, restore pride of workmanship, and make quality everyone’s job. The members must work collectively as a group to have balance. One of the major stipulations to serve as a team player will be to have a broad mind to actively share some of the same values and belief to operate effectively. With this method in mind, I believe I will be able to identify inhospitable attributes to weed out at the beginning by nurturing the staff with positivity. Last, but not least we must all appeal to our genetic makeup. To be human is to err.
Nov 30th, 2015
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