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leadership_test2

nursing leadership

QuestionAnswer
What is the Largest budget expenditure personnel
Staffing may be based on a “standard” : hours per patient day (inpatient units) visits per month (home health) minutes per case (operating room)
What is the operating budget Cost to operate the unit, clinic, agency
What is the second most significant cost Supplies are
What is the capital budget Purchase of buildings, clinic or unit space. Major equipment with a longer “life” – at least 5-7 years. Equipment considered a capital purchase may be based on a purchase price
Each party gives up something is wants. A) Compromising B) Cooperating/accommodating C) Collaborating D) Smoothing A compromising
One party pursues what it wants at the expense of the others. . A) Avoiding B) Competing C) Collaborating D) Smoothing B) Competing
The opposite of competing. One party sacrifices own beliefs to allow other party to win. A) Compromising B) Cooperating/accommodating C) Collaborating D) Smoothing B) Cooperating/accommodating
When one party attempts to complement the other party or foucs on agreements rather than differences. A) Compromising B) Cooperating/accommodating C) Collaborating D) Smoothing Smoothing
The parties choose not to acknowledge conflit. A) avoiding B) Cooperating/accommodating C) Collaborating D) Smoothing Avoiding
Parties work together to estable prioryt common goal. A) Compromising B) Cooperating/accommodating C) Collaborating D) Smoothing Collaborating
Recency effect” occurs when recent issues are weighed more heavily than past performance.
“Halo effect” occurs when the appraiser lets one or two positive aspects of the assessment or behavior of the employee unduly influence all other aspects of the employee’s performance.
“Horns effect” occurs when the appraiser allows some negative aspects of the employee’s performance to influence the assessment to such an extent that other levels of job performance are not accurately recorded.
“Central tendency” rates all employees as average
The 360-degree evaluation includes an assessment by all individuals within the sphere of influence of the individual being appraised.
Under management by objectives, the supervisor determines and clearly communicates the goals and target dates to the employee. t/f? False
The planning process differs depending on the period of time involved. t/f? false Rationale: Planning involves the same process regardless of the period involved.
Why do plans fail? False assumptions, Not knowing overall goal,Not enough alternatives, Inadequate time or other resources, Low motivation levels, Sound strategies not used, Inadequate delegation of authority, Not recognizing organizational goals and needs, Planning too nar
Reactivists plan after a problem exists.
Inactivists consider the status quo…. as the stable environment and they spend a great deal of energy preventing change and maintaining conformity.
Preactive planners utilize technology to…. accelerate change and are future-oriented.
Proactive planning style is always the goal.
Policies, Objectives, Rules, Philosophy, Goals, Procedures, Mission. Put these in their correct hierarchy. MPGOPPR Mission, philosophy, Goals, objectives, policies, procedures, rules
the desired result toward which effort is directed. A) Goal B) Objective C) Policy D) procedure E) Rule A) Goal
how the goal will specifically be achieved (includes time frame and is measurable) . A) Goal B) Objective C) Policy D) procedure E) Rule Objective
plans reduced to statements . A) Goal B) Objective C) Policy D) procedure E) Rule Policies
step-by-step process. A) Goal B) Objective C) Policy D) procedure E) Rule Procedures
plans that specifically define acceptable choices of action. A) Goal B) Objective C) Policy D) procedure E) Rule Rules
Strategic planners use a Balanced Scorecard to develop metrics (performance measurement indicators), collect data, Analyze data from organizational perspectives, learning and growth
Oldest mode of organizing patient care total pt care
Functional care +/- -fragmentation, +efficient
RN primary nurse assumes 24-hour responsibility for planning the care of one or more patients from the start of treatment to discharge.
Disease mgt It is defined as a a comprehensive, integrated approach to the care and reimbursement of high-cost, chronic illnesses
Goal of disease mgt address the illness or condition with maximum efficiency regardless of treatment setting(s) or typical reimbursement patterns.
Differentiated nursing practice Refers to an attempt to separate nursing practice roles based on education or experience or some combination of both
Created by: kerinska