Shingo Principles + Gritty Resilience = Sustaining a Learning and Improvement Culture

“You have to be resilient and gritty in your pursuit of [safety]. It’s every event, every day, with people committed to understanding what happened and a commitment to make sure it doesn’t happen again,” said Dr. Richard Shannon, Executive Vice President of Health Affairs at the University of Virginia Health System, in his keynote address at the 2017 Bay Area Performance Improvement Network Executive Summit.

Value Capture Principal, Geoff Webster, published this article in the Shingo Institute Blog, describing the key role Dr. Shannon's principle-based leadership plays in UVA's achieving lower mortality, higher patient throughput, reduced waste, better supply management, safer patients and staff, as well as UVA’s best financial year ever (2016).

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