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An interesting article by Regina Herzlinger, @VasantK and Kevin A. Schulman that argues that the current siloed approach to medical leadership training and education which focusses on isolated subjects is not equipping students with the ability to,

“…investigate problems, find solutions through process and organizational innovation, and drive them forward — people who can work on a diverse team, understand failure and its causes, and manage change.”

A number of transformative activities are proposed to bridge this gap including:

* Team teaching
* Mentoring e.g. Entrepreneur in Residence at Harvard Business School
* Case studies of successes and failures
* Field projects and apprenticeships
* Rewards and incentives
* Accreditation and standards

If you liked this article, you can watch a number of YouTube videos on this topic here