I will pay for the following essay Managing the National Health Service. The essay is to be 17 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
This paper approves that the company saw an immediate turnaround as employees started being more productive and the same evaluations were carried out throughout the company where they could be applied. The company discovered that it could restructure a few departments which led them to greater efficiency and it led them closer to their mission. It is perfectly understandable that removing people from service and more or less eradicating a whole layer of middle management can be an important issue for the NHS. As described by Proctor, such changes can have a negative effect on the knowledge contained within the company and can also harm workforce structures in connection with the skills that some of the employees have. Additionally, it must be noted layoffs and removing redundancies can be a part of the restructuring experience but it can also lead companies and their employees to have issues concerning work overload, high stress levels, loss of company vision/values, poor decision making and even corporate in fighting.
This essay makes a conclusion that Britain prides itself to be one of the few real welfare states left in the western world and that pride owes a lot to the services provided by the NHS. However, the NHS has a lot of issues it needs to correct since the calls for privatisation of this institute as well as other changes to be brought to the structure of the organisations have been made. As far as it can be seen, the NHS has two options, it can either change itself to be in line with the changes that have come to society or it can be forced to change through government regulations and the demands of the people.