How to Design a Bundled Payment Around Value

See on Scoop.itDesigning design thinking driven operations

A pilot project shows how to align providers and insurers to improve health care delivery. (Bundled payments are coming to health care.

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McKinsey group’s paper: government designed for new times

To explore the approaches that governments around the world are taking to common problems, this anthology convenes political leaders and civil servants, economists and policy experts, generalists and specialists.

My point of view: design thinking used by policy makers is necessary but not sufficient. A fool with a tool is still a fool


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Steve Denning’s The Five Big Surprises of Radical Management – Forbes

Found at The Five Big Surprises of Radical Management – Forbes. via Tom Haak

It is now just over half a year since I reviewed a large number of books that discuss in various ways the ongoing reinvention of management and presented my synthesis of the five interlocking principles of radical management in a twelve-part series of articles. The series was launched on November 17, 2010, beginning here.

Since then, I have been writing on a daily basis and applying the principles to a variety of current management issues. In all that writing—now close to a thousand pages—I had five big surprises.

Read all at The Five Big Surprises of Radical Management – Forbes.

My point of view: not that surprising for regular readers of this blog


Owning Our Future: The Emerging Ownership Revolution


Owning Our Future: The Emerging Ownership Revolution

Journeys to a Generative Economy

Berrett-Koehler Publishers

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Read a 30-page excerpt of the book, including the Foreword by David Korten, Prologue, and first chapter.

As long as businesses are set up to focus exclusively on maximizing financial income for the few, our economy will be locked into endless growth and widening inequality. But now people across the world are experimenting with new forms of ownership, which Kelly calls generative: aimed at creating the conditions for all of life to thrive for many generations to come. These designs may hold the key to the deep transformation our civilization needs.

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Co-production in public services: Power to the people

If i ever went fixed gear it’d have to look something like this (by gbannerman)

It is not about cost reduction, is it not about self-service implemented because of financial objectes. This is about acknowledging the facts that the public (your customer, your clients) owns the encounter. Still freightening for some of us.

Found at Co-production in public services: Power to the people.

Co-production is rapidly becoming one of the most talked-about themes in public services and public policy around the world (Bovaird, 2007; nef, 2008; Löffler et al, 2008; Löffler, 2009; Department of Health, 2010). This article sets out what it is, why it matters and its implications for public and social marketing.

Read all at Co-production in public services: Power to the people

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The Capitalist’s Paradox – Umair Haque – Harvard Business Review

(by Jonathan Maus)

The Capitalist’s Paradox – Umair Haque – Harvard Business Review.

Consider a curious set of observations:

  • What’s standing in the way of democracy might just be politics — parties, Congress, lobbyists, the whole glad-handing, schmoozeful K-street shebang, which seems to exist mostly to subvert the will of human people, and replace it with the wishes of corporate “people.” The best investment a company can make?To be continued at The Capitalist’s Paradox – Umair Haque – Harvard Business Review
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Watching Bill Taylor on video: Why it’s Logical to be Radical

MIX Maverick and “Practically Radical” author Bill Taylor describes how the most progressive organizations reimagine what they do from the ground up.

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Steve Dennings’s book review: The New Capitalist Manifesto by Umair Haque

Many references this year to Umair Haque. As written by him that making room for reflecting is a strategic imperative, this book is on the to read list 2011.

Found at The Leader’s Guide to Radical Management: BOOK REVIEW: The New Capitalist Manifesto by Umair Haque.


New-capitalist-manifesto-coverIn his brilliant new book, The New Capitalist Manifesto, Umair Haque gives us a bold and eloquent vision of 21st Century capitalism:

“A capitalism where companies, countries and economies reach a higher apex of advantage—one where bigger purpose rouses untapped human potential of every employee, customer and future customer, instead of deadening it


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