Laura Esserman, a surgeon and professor at the University of California at San Francisco, and a graduate of the Stanford Business School, is engaged in a major effort to change the service breast cancer, and information systems used to support research and patient care. A true visionary with great personal charm and charisma, Esserman faced with obstacles and opposition, as she tries to build support for the bureaucratic, complex, academic medical organizations. Focused on the achievements of Esserman and various other actors and raises the question of how it should develop more power and influence to move along its vision. “Hide
by Jeffrey Pfeffer, Victoria Chang Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business 26 pages. Publication Date: September 30, 2003. Prod. #: OB42A-PDF-ENG
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