You are an anesthesiologist with two decades of experience and are the head of you professional practice firm with six other physicians and numerous other highly trained and skilled professional assistants. The executive director of the hospital where you and most of your associates practice is proposing to set policies that will, in your opinion, severely restrict the collegial atmosphere physicians have enjoyed. While your first impulse is to “pull rank” on this non-physician executive director, you decide to propose methods from various schools of management in an attempt to appeal to her managerial background.
a) Select two or more different management school approaches and explain how they can be used to obviate the need for the intrusive policy changes proposed. (Answer in half page)