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Journal Article > Review
Lyman B, Hammond EL, Cox JR. J Nurs Manag. 2019;27:633-646.
Organizations are encouraged to learn from failures and sustain improvement. This review defines the concept of organizational learning, characteristics of the activity, and the key attributes needed to support it. The authors summarize the role that nursing and organizational leaders play in creating an environment that supports learning to enhance performance.
Journal Article > Commentary
Braithwaite J. BMJ. 2018;361:k2014.
In learning organizations, leadership behavior creates a supportive learning environment where concrete processes are in place to facilitate learning and encourage creativity among employees. Published in a series of quality improvement articles, this commentary suggests that a commitment to systems thinking and innovation is needed to achieve progress. Elements of a changed approach include a reduced focus on rules and policies and an enhanced effort to consider system interactions.
Journal Article > Study
Friele RD, Sluijs EM. BMC Health Serv Res. 2006;6:106.
The investigators surveyed more than 400 patients who submitted complaints and found that patients participated in the process out of a desire to prevent such incidents from happening again.