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*Peer Reviewed Porter-O’Grady:

  • Nursing Education, A Complex Emotional Issue”, KCNA Advocate, September, 1977
  • Problem Oriented Charting, The Implementation Challenge,” Supervisor Nurse, January, 1977
  • Matrix Organizations-A Model for the Future”, Supervisor Nurse, July, 1978
  • The Nurse Administrators Role in Facilities Planning”, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Fall 1978
  • Financial Planning, Budgeting for Nursing”, Supervisor Nurse, August and September, 1979
  • With Jeane Carter, “Bringing the Nursing Process Into the Operating Room”, AORN Journal, November 1979 *
  • With Royce Harrell, “Transitional Management, A Process of Planned Change”, Health Care Management Review, Vol. 5, No. 1, June 1980 *
  • New Job- What to Expect”, The Virginia Nurse, Summer, 1981
  • With Royce Harrell, “Breaking a Union Organizing Effort; A Rural Hospitals Experience”, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Winter, 1981
  • On The Scene At St. Joseph’s Hospital”, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Fall, 1982
  • What Motivation Isn’t”, Nursing Management, December, 1982
  • Planning: A Beginning Place For Action”, Health Care Supervisor, Spring, 1983
  • Bylaws: An Expression of Self Governance” Perspectives In Nursing, 1983-85, NLN, 1983 *
  • Jisu Kanri: Creating a Professional Organization for Nursing”, Nursing Facilitator, ANA, 1983
  • The Basic Elements of Budgeting” DRGS: The Reorganization of Health, S-N Publications, Chicago, 1984
  • The Caring Component, Lost Or Just Hidden”, The Georgia Nurse, December, 1984
  • Shared Governance For Nursing”, Nurse Executive Audioletter, The Delta Group, Greenville, South Carolina, December, 1984
  • With Ken Wheeler, Carol Barrell, “Technology: A Strategic Factor In Hospital Planning”, Health Care Management Review, Spring, 1985 *
  • Health vs. Illness: A Future Perspective”, Nursing and Health Care, June, 1985 *
  • Contrasting Politics: Hospital Bureaucracy and Shared Governance”, Political Handbook for Nurses, New York, Addison Wesely, 1985 *
  • Nursing Cost: What Is The Real Value of Nursing?”, The Forthman Tapes, Greenville, S.C., Summer, 1985
  • Shared Governance Can Help The Bottom Line”, Aspen Advisor For The Nurse Executive, October, 1985
  • Strategic Planning: Nursing Practice In The PPS”, Nursing Management, November, 1985
  • Credentialing, Privileging and Nursing Bylaws: Assuring Accountability”, Journal of Nursing Administration, December, 1985 *
  • Bringing The Knowledge Worker Into The Twenty First Century”, The Forthman Tapes, Greenville, S.C., 1986
  • When Ignorance Is Not Bliss”, Aspen’s Advisor For The Nurse Executive, February, 1986
  • Understanding The Business of Nursing”, Editorial, Aspen’s Advisor for the Nurse Executive, January, 1987
  • Institutional Issues Affecting Nursing Practice Today and Tomorrow”, In Nursing Into The Future, NLN, 1987 *
  • Participation and the Critical Care Nurse In The Twenty-First Century”, Dimensions In Critical Care Nursing, Guest Editorial, April 1987 *
  • Creating and Managing New Organizational Models In Health Care”, Aspens Advisor for Nurse Executives, June, 1987
  • The Managers Dilemma In The Operating Room”, AORN Journal, October, 1987 *
  • Shared Governance for Nursing”, Nursing Economics, November, 1987 *
  • The Management of Practice: The Work of Work Group II, NCNIP”, Perspectives In Nursing, 1987-89, NLN, New York, 1987 *
  • The Fine Art of Tough Negotiation”, Aspen’s Advisor for Nurse Executives, December, 1988
  • New Directions For Nurse Managers” with Jan Evers, Edrie George, Kay Lewis, The Journal Of Continued Education In Nursing, Fall, 1988 *
  • Product Line Management”, Nursing Administration Series, University of Iowa, 1988 *
  • Restructuring For A Consumer Driven Marketplace”, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Spring, 1988
  • The Fine Art Of Tough Negotiation”, Aspen’s Advisor for the Nurse Executive, December, 1988
  • Nursing Governance In A Transitional Era”, in Chaska, New Directions In Nursing, 1989 *
  • Decentralizing of Nursing Practice”, in McClosky, Current Issues In Nursing, 1989 *
  • Shared Governance: Reality or Sham”, American Journal of Nursing, March, 1989 *
  • Practice Privileges for Nursing, Issue Editor, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Summer, 1989
  • Streetside Support”, with Kathy McDonagh, Josephine Patti in Health Progress, June 1990 *
  • Autonomy In Nursing Practice”, in The Nursing Shortage, Opportunities and Solutions, Monograph, Kansas City, American Nurses Association, American Organization of Nurse Executives, 1990 *
  • Nursing Care for the Underserved: Crisis and Opportunity”, National Commission On Nursing Implementation Project, Milwaukee Wis. 1990
  • Newer Compensation Practices for the Nurse ExecutiveNursing Economics, 1990 *
  • The Future of Nursing”, Georgia Nursing Vol. L, No. 5, Sept-Oct, 1990
  • A Nurse On The Board”, Journal of Nursing Administration, January, 1991 *
  • The Future of Nursing Administration”, Nursing Administration, Elinor Sullivan, Philip Decker eds., 1991 *
  • Shared Governance for Nursing”, AORN Journal, Feb., 1991 and March, 1991. *
  • Toward the Year 2000” Issue Editor, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Winter, 1991
  • Changing Realities for Nursing: New Models New Roles for Nursing Care Delivery”, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Winter, 1991
  • The Elements of Successful Change: Implications for Long Term Care Managers”, The Padona Journal, Fall, 1991
  • Professional Governance in a Changing World”, Emphasis: Nursing, UCLA Harbor, Winter, 1992 *
  • With Lorine Spencer, “A Community Based Health Program for the Homeless”, Perspectives in Nursing, 1992, New York, National League for Nursing, 1992
  • Transformational Leadership in an Age of Chaos”, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Fall, 1992
  • Revolutionary Times, Revolutionary Leaders”, Revolution-The Journal of Nurse Empowerment, January, 1992
  • Nursing Care for the Underserved: Crisis and Opportunity”, Homelessness: An Issue for the Nineties, ed. Juanita Hunter, forthcoming, 1993 *
  • The Future of Nursing Administration” in Nursing Administration, Elinor Sullivan and Phillip Decker, Eds. 1992 *
  • Shared Governance for Nursing”, Journal of the Australian Confederation of Operating Room Nurses, Fall, 1992
  • Of Rabbits and Turtles: A Time of Change for Unions”, Nursing Economic$ Vol. 10 No. 3, 1992 *
  • Designed to Fail: The Service Crisis In Hospitals”, Aspen’s Advisor for the Nurse Executive, April, 1992.
  • Of Quorums And Quality: Integrating Shared Governance and Continuous Quality Improvement”, Aspen’s Advisor for the Nurse Executive, July, 1992
  • Entrepreneuralism in a Time of Great Change”, in Entrepreneuring and Intrapreneuring, (Roxanne Sptizer-Lehman, ed.), W.B. Saunders, 1993 *
  • Redesign: Fact, Fiction and Foible“, Journal of Nursing Administration, March 1993
  • Of Mythspinners and Mapmakers: The Manager of the 21st CenturyNursing Management, April 1993
  • The Electromation Decision: Yesterday Notions for a Tomorrow WorldAspens Advisor for the Nurse Executive, May 1993
  • With Rhonda Anderson ” Is AONE Positioning Nursing for Real Leadership?Aspens Advisor for the Nurse Executive, September 1993
  • Outcomes of Shared Governance: Impact On the Organization“, Seminars for Nurse Managers, Editor, with Jolene Tornabeni December, 1993
  • The Real Value of Partnership: Preventing Professional AmorphismJournal of Nursing Administration, February 1994 *
  • Building Partnership in Healthcare: Creating Whole Systems Change,Nursing & Health Care, February, 1994 *
  • Financial Competence: No Longer An Option for Long Term Care Managers“, PADONA Journal and the Journal of The American Society of Long Term Care Nurses, Jan/Feb/94
  • Lessons Learned: America’s Approach to Health Care Reform“, The Dispatch; Canadian Management Health Care Supplement April, 1994
  • Whole Systems Shared GovernanceNursing Economic$, August, 1994 *
  • With Nancy Paris, “Health On WheelsHealth Progress, November, 1994*
  • Work Redesign: Truth or Fiction“, American Journal of Nursing, Forthcoming 1994 *
  • Reverse Discrimination in Nursing“, Nursing Administration Quarterly Fall 1994
  • A Systems Approach to Managing TransformationSeminars for Nurse Managers, December, 1994
  • Partnerships Between Payers, Providers and Patients” Issue Editor, Nursing Administration Quarterly Spring 1995
  • Managing Along the Continuum: A New Paradigm for the Clinical Manager“, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Spring 1995
  • Organizational Theory” in Sullivan, Effective Management in Nursing 4th Edition, Spring 1995
  • Bylaws: Defining the Disciplines“, Journal of Nursing Administration, January 1995 *
  • The Future of Advanced Practice in Nursing“, in Loveridge and Cummings Nursing Management: Principles and Practices, Spring 1995
  • Restructuring Delivery Systems of Patient Care: Nurses as Advanced Practitioners and Primary Care Providers“, in Cohen, Case Management: Principles, Techniques, and Programs, Summer 1995 *
  • Transforming Health Care: The Critical Role of Advanced Practice NursesAdvanced Practice Nursing Quarterly, April, 1995 *
  • Whole Systems Shared Governance: A Model for the Integrated Health System” With Evans, Aubry, Hawkins, Curley, in Journal of Nursing Administration May, 1995 *
  • Re engineering and the Future of Health Care” in Flary and Blancett, in Re engineering in Healthcare, Aspen Publishers 1995
  • Future of Shared Governance“, Editorial in
    The Journal of Shared Governance 1:1 January 1995
  • Introduction: The Future of Caring” in Power, Politics and Public Policy: A Matter of Caring National League for Nursing, 1995 *
  • New Models New Roles“, Advanced Nursing Practice Quarterly, Fall 1995 *
  • Building Team Effectiveness: The Rules of EngagementAspen‘s Advisor for the Nurse Executive Fall 1995
  • From Principle to Practice: Whole Systems Shared GovernanceThe Journal of Shared Governance, Summer 1995
  • Consumer Ownership of Health“, Advanced Nursing Practice Quarterly Fall 1995 *
  • The Innovative PersonalityAdvanced Nursing Practice Quarterly, Spring 1996 *
  • Building Toward True Culturally Sensitive Health Care“, Advanced Nursing Practice Quarterly, Winter, 1996 *
  • The Business of Advanced Practice Nursing”, Issue Editor Advanced Practice Nursing Quarterly Summer, 1996 *
  • The Seven Basic Rules for Successful Redesign”, Journal of Nursing Administration January 1996 *
  • Shared Governance: More Structure Than Substance”, with Vicki George, Journal of Nursing Administration February, 1996 *
  • Multidisciplinary Shared Governance: The Next Step”, Seminars for Nurse Managers, March 1996 *
  • Integrating Research and Practice for Optimal Clinical Outcomes: An Interview With Tim Porter-O’Grady”, with Gail Wick, ANNA Journal, June 1996
  • Assessing Shared Governance: An Example of Instrument Development In A Hospital Setting”, with Patricia Minors and John White in Current Topics in Management, Vol 1 edited by M.A. Rahim et al, 1996 *
  • Building Toward Truly Healthy Culturally Sensitive Health Care”, Advanced Practice Nursing Quarterly Fall, 1996 *
  • Future Images In Health CareRadiology Journal, Fall 1996 *
  • Perspectives On Shared GovernanceThe Journal of Shared Governance, with R. Hess, September 1996
  • Into the New Paradigm: Writing the Script for the Future of Health Care”, Collegian, Journal of the Royal College of Nursing, Australia, October 1996 *
  • Research and Value”, Advanced Nursing Practice Quarterly, Winter 1996 *
  • Integrating Car Approaches and the Future of Nursing: An Oxymoron?Aspen’s Advisor for the Nurse Executive, December 1996
  • Quantum Mechanics and the Future of Healthcare Leadership”, Journal of Nursing Administration, January 1997 *
  • After the Merger: The Dilemma of the Best Leadership Approach for Nursing”, with Carol Bradley, Greg Crow, Ann Hendrick, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Spring, 1997
  • Empowerment and Shared Governance HandbookNursing 97, March 1997
  • Building Community Health: The Real Work of Advanced PracticeAdvanced Nursing Practice Quarterly Winter 1997
  • Healing and Value: Opportunity and ValidationAdvanced Practice Nursing Quarterly Spring 1997
  • Information Management in A New Environment” with Marsha Parker and Lynn Neimeth, Journal of Shared Governance, April, 1997
  • Is It Design or Decline: Conflicts In Reengineering“, Aspen‘s Advisor for the Nurse Executive
  • Over the Horizon: The Future and the Advanced Practice Nurse“, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Summer 1997
  • Professional Practice: A Framework for a Transition to a New Culture“, with Margaret Comack and Jacque Brady, Journal of Nursing Administration, December 1997 *
  • Outcomes: The Future of Practice”, Advanced Practice Nursing Quarterly, Spring, 1997
  • The Private Practice of Nursing: The Gift of Entrepreneurialism”, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Fall 1997
  • Influencing Policy: Foreign Territory for Nurses”, Advanced Practice Nursing Quarterly Winter, 1997
  • Process Leadership and the Death of Management”, Nursing Economic$ November-December 1997 *
  • Systems Integration: A Necessity“, with P Aikman, N LaBelle and C Goodfellow, Journal of Nursing Administration February, 1998 *
  • Entrepreneurship: Shifting Paradigms”, Issue Editor, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Winter, 1998
  • Clinical Integration: Partnerships for CareAdvanced Practice Nursing Quarterly, Spring, 1998
  • The Making of a Nurse Entrepreneur”, Seminars for Nurse Managers, March, 1998
  • Á Glimpse Over the Horizon: Choosing Our Future”, Orthopaedic Nursing March/April 1998
  • So You’ve Heard About Empowerment”, The Journal of Shared Governance, April 1998
  • Partnerships for a New Age: Nurses and Physicians At the Crossroads”, New Medicine Spring 199 *
  • “Editorial (6) for Nursing Management July-December, 1998
  • From Structure to Culture: A Journey of Transformation”, with M. Comack and G. Paech in The Process-Centered Health Care Organization, Rockville, Md. Aspen Publishers, 1999
  • Strategic Partnerships for the Future” in Market Driven Nursing, Judith Ryan, ed. Chicago, AONE, 1999 *
  • Quantum Leadership: New Roles for A New Age”, Journal of Nursing Administration, October 1999 *
  • Sailing Into the Millennium: New Waters, New Realities”, Canadian Operating Room Nursing Journal, October, 1999 *
  • Partnership Economics: Nursing’s Challenge In the Quantum Age”, with K. Malloch in Nursing Economic$, November/December 1999 *
  • Á Glimpse Into the New Millennium: A New Era for Health Care”, Today’s Surgical Nurse, May/June, 1999 *
  • Leading In the Quantum World”, Surgical Services Management, August 1999
  • Understanding the New World of Nursingwww.nurses.com, January 17th, 2000
  • Enterprise Leadership and the Death of Management”, Aspen’s Advisor for Nurse Executives, 2000
  • Editorials (6) Nursing Management, 2000
  • Shared Governance Within the Market Oriented Health Care System of New Zealand”, International Journal of Nursing, Fall, 2000 *
  • Visions for the 21st Century: New Horizons, New Healthcare”, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Fall 2000
  • Governance At the Crossroads: Some Insights From a Post-Millennium Trustee,Health Progress, November-December, 2000 *
  • Into the 21st Century: A Call for a New Construct for Nursing”, Geriatric Nursing January, 2001 *
  • Profound Change: 21st Century NursingNursing Outlook, Winter, 2001 *
  • Governance At the Crossroads, Part 2: 5 New Age Insights for Board Strategic Thinking”, Health Progress, Jan/Feb., 2001 *
  • Nursing Shortage and Other Myths: The Challenge of Valuing Nursing”, Patient Care Management, October, 2001
  • Is Shared Governance Still Relevant”, Journal of Nursing Administration, October 2001 *
  • Where’s the Evidence of Value? Sustaining Health in a New Age”, Patient Care Management, October, 2001
  • Five Predictions for 2002”, Patient Care Management, January 2002
  • Reforming the Healthcare Structure”, Health Progress with Rick Afable, January-February, 2002 *
  • Building Trusting Organizations” Issue Editor, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Spring, 2002
  • Managing at a Distance: Five Fundamentals of Effective Leadership for AfarPatient Care Management, April, 2002
  • A Nurse In Private Practice: Advancing the Boundaries of Nursing”, Imprint, 2002
  • A Different Age for Leadership, Part l: New Context, New Content”, Journal of Nursing Administration, January, 2003 *
  • A Different Age for Leadership, Part ll: New Rules, New Roles”, Journal of Nursing Administration, February, 2003 *
  • Self-care Promotes Good CareNursing Management, February, 2003 *
  • Of Hubris and Hope: Transforming Nursing for a New Age”, Nursing Economics, March/April, 2003 *
  • Cloning and the Specter of Galileo”, Patient Care Management, March, 2003
  • The Technology of Partnership: Physicians and Hospitals in the 21st Century”, with Richard Affable, Hospital Progress, May/June, 2003 *
  • Creators and Dreamweavers: Building Conspiracies of Innovation”, The Nurse Leader, Issue Editor and Author, Premier Issue Winter, 2003
  • The Public Role of the Nurse Executive”, Voice of Nurse Leadership, July 2003
  • Nurses As Knowledge Workers”, Creative Nursing, August, 2003
  • When Push Comes to Shove: The Manager As Mediator”, Nursing Management, October 2003 *
  • Managing Conflict In the Workplace”, Imprint, September/October, 2003 *
  • Innovation and Creativity In A New Age For HealthcareJournal of the New York State Nurses Association, Winter,2003 *
  • Leadership Development, in Nursing Management: Principles and Practices, Spring, 2004 *
  • “Accountability and Action: Affirming the Five Key Elements of the Board-Medical Staff Relationship, Hospital Progress, Winter, 2004 * *
  • The Evolving Health Delivery System” in Contemporary Nursing: Issues Trends and Management, 3rd Edition Spring, 2004 *
  • Shared Governance”, Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, Issue Editor, Vol. 9, Issue 1, 2004 *
  • Leadership Development” In Nursing Management: Principles and Practice, Spring, 2005 *
  • Issue Editor: The Nurse Leader, August, 2005
  • Issue Editor, Nursing Administration Quarterly, “Evidence-based Administration”, Summer, 2006
  • A Positive Approach to Negative People” an interview in OR Manager March 2006
  • Can American Healthcare Coverage Catch UpNursing Management, September 2006 *
  • Nursing Today and Beyond”, American Nurse Today, October 2006, interview and panel member
  • The CNO as Entrepreneur: Innovation Leadership for a New Age”, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Winter, 2007
  • Engaging Transformation: Constructing a New Model for Nursing Education and Practice”, with Anne McNeil, Nurse Leader, June, 2007
  • Push Parameters Forward Using Evidence-based ApproachesNursing Management, June, 2007 *
  • A Capital Transformation” in Nursing Without Borders; Weinstein & Brooks, Eds. STTI, 2007 *
  • Innovation, Architecture and Quantum Reality: Synthesis in a New Age for Healthcare”, Health Environments Research & Design Journal, Fall 2007 *
  • Creating An Innovative Nursing Organization”, AONE Voice of Nursing Leadership, March, 2008 *
  • Issue Editor, Nursing Administration Quarterly Leadership for Excellence issue, Spring, 2009”
  • Creating a context for excellence: Comparing chief nurse executive leadership practices in Magnet and non-Magnet hospitalsNursing Administration Quarterly, Summer, 2009
  • Issue Editor with Kathy Malloch, Nursing Administration Quarterly Innovation, Leadership and Organizational Transformation, Fall, 2009
  • Commentary on Effects of a Preceptor Programme on turnover rate, cost, quality and professional development”, Journal of Clinical Nursing, UK, 2009 *
  • A Transformational Moment” With S. Basinger in 101 Global Leadership Lessons for Nurses: Shared Legacies from Leaders and their Mentors, NR Gantz, ed. STTI, 2010
  • Nurses As Knowledge Workers”, in Teaching Nursing: the Art and Science, Linda Caputi, ed. 2010. *
  • Issue Editor, “Nurse Leader: AONE Journal, Summer, 2010, Forthcoming.
  • The Case For Clinical Nurse Leaders: Guiding Practice Into the 21st Century” with M. Higgins, JS Clark, in Nurse Leader, AONE Journal, April, 2010.
  • Challenging Regulation Realities in a New Age for Practice”, Journal of Nursing Regulation, Summer 2010 *
  • Innovation: Driving the Green Culture in Healthcare” with Kathy Malloch, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Fall, 2010
  • Issue Editor, Nursing Administration Quarterly, Winter 2011, forthcoming

Publications Boards

  • Editorial Board, Health Care Supervisor, 1982-84
  • Editorial Review Board, Nursing and Health Care, NLN, 1983-1996
  • Editorial Advisory Board, Nursing Administration Quarterly, 1987-Present
  • Editorial Board, REVOLUTION, Journal of Nursing Empowerment, 1990-98
  • Editor, 1987-1992; Editorial Board, Aspen’ Advisor For The Nurse Executive, 1987-Present
  • Consultant for Nursing Administration, Aspen Publishers, 1989-1992
  • Editorial Board, The Journal of Shared Governance, 1994-1998
  • Editorial Board, Advanced Practice Nursing Quarterly, 1994-1998
  • Editorial Board, Today’s Surgical Nurse, 1996-1999
  • Editorial Advisor and Consultant, Nursing Management, (Springhouse), 1998-Present
  • Editorial Board, Aspen’s Patient Care Management, 2000-Present
  • Editorial Board, The Nurse Leader, 2002-Present
  • Editorial Board, Healthcare Management Review, 2004-Present
  • Editorial Advisor, Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins Publishers 2000-Present
  • Editorial Board, The Journal of Clinical Nursing, UK, 2004-Present
  • Editorial Board, Health Environments Research and Design Journal, 2008-Present
  • Editorial Board, The Journal of Healthcare Leadership, 2009

Click Here to Purchase Books by Tim Porter-O’Grady

Porter-O’Grady, Tim:

  • Shared Governance For Nursing: A Creative Approach To Professional Accountability”, with Sharon Finnigan, Rockville, Md. Aspen Publishers, Inc., 1984
    AJN Book of the Year Award
  • Creative Nursing Administration: Managing Participation Into The Twenty First Century,
    Rockville, Md., 1986
  • Nursing Finance: Budgeting Strategies For A New Age, Rockville Md. Aspen Publishers, Inc., 1987
    AJN Book of the Year Award
  • The Reorganization Of Nursing Practice: Creating The Corporate Venture, Rockville, Md. Aspen Publishers, Inc. 1990
  • Implementing Shared Governance, Editor, St. Louis, Mosby Books, 1992; TPOG Inc. 2007
  • Shared Governance Implementation Manual, St. Louis, Mosby Books, 1992; TPOG Inc. 2007
  • The Leadership Revolution In Health Care: Altering Systems Changing Behavior, with Cathleen Wilson, Aspen Publishers, Fall 1995
  • Whole Systems Shared Governance, Editor with Marsha Parker, Marilyn Hawkins, Rockville Md., Aspen Publishers, 1997
  • The Healthcare TEAMbook, with Cathleen Wilson, St. Louis, Mosby Books, 1998, TPOG Inc., 2008
    AJN Book of the Year Award
  • Innovation Leadership, with with Tim Porter O’Grady and Kathy Malloch, 2009
    AJN Book of the Year Award
  • Quantum Leadership: A Textbook of New Leadership, with Kathy Malloch, Jones & Bartlett, 2003
  • The Quantum Leader: Applications for the New World of Work, with Kathy Malloch, Jones & Bartlett, 2005
    AJN Book of the Year Award
  • An Introduction Into Evidence-based Practice with Kathy Malloch, Jones & Bartlett, 2006
  • Quantum Leadership: Innovation Leadership for a New Age with Kathy Malloch, Jones & Bartlett, 2007
  • The Quantum Leader: Applications for the New World of Work with Kathy Malloch, Jones & Bartlett, 2009
    AJN Book of the Year Award
  • Interdisciplinary Shared Governance: Structuring for 21st Century Practice: Jones & Bartlett, 2009
  • The Leadership of Innovation: Transforming Healthcare, with Kathy Malloch; Jones & Bartlett, 2010
  • Principles of Evidence-based Practice, 2nd Edition, with Kathy Malloch, Jones & Bartlett, 2010
  • Quantum Leadership: Advancing Innovation, Transforming Healthcare 3rd Edition, Jones & Bartlett, 2010.

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