Resilient organizations: Part 2 Organizational resilience within the National Health Service and cancer care
This chapter examines organizational resilience within the National Health Service and cancer and palliative care in Great Britain. It explains that organizational resilience can be considered as the characteristic of managing the organization's activities to anticipate and circumvent threats to its existence and primary goals and this is shown in an ability to manage severe pressures and conflicts between safety and the primary production or performance goals of the organization. It provides an evaluation of the resilience of the NHS in the various aspects of its operation.
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