By Mervyn Conroy (auth.)

MacIntyre's narrative dependent advantage ethics have for the 1st time during this ebook been utilized to a company present process switch pushed via marketplace forces and a society that desires extra for much less with scant regard for the capacity during which that's completed. the sensible strength of those insights is explored within the case examine that runs during the book.

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7 Omega’s local implementation plan The trust employs 2500 staff and provides a range of health services, including mental health, to a population of 330,000. In February 2003, 28 An Ethical Approach to Leading Change a new director was appointed at Omega Mental Health2 (OMH). He focussed on the delivery of a new kind of mental health service with a local implementation plan that sat within a strategic framework of clinical and corporate governance and a national context. Bringing all the current and previous changes together into one plan for the development of mental health services is what the local implementation plan was intended to do for Omega’s mental health services.

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