Bibliography of Restructuring/Reengineering Literature
Prepared by Stephen Walston, Associate Professor and Director, Graduate Programs in Health Administration, Indiana University.
- Ghoshal, S. and C.A. Bartlett. 1995. Changing the role of top management: Beyond structure to processes. Harvard Business Review 73(1): 86-97.
- Arndt, M. and B. Bigelow. 1998. Reengineering: DŽjˆ vu all over again. Health Care Management Review. 23(3): 58-66.
- Champy, J. 1995. Reengineering Management: the Mandate for New Leadership. New York: HarperBusiness.
- Dixon, J.R., P. Arnold, J. Heineke, J.S. Kim, P. Mulligan. 1994. Business Process Reengineering: Improving in New Strategic Directions. California Management Review. 36 (4): 93-108.
- Hammer, M. 1990. Reengineering Work: DonÕt Automate, Obliterate. Harvard Business Review. 68(4): 104-112.
- Lathrop, J.P. 1993. Restructuring Healthcare: The Patient Focused Paradigm. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
- Leatt, P., G. R. Baker, P. K. Halverson, C. Aird. 1997. Downsizing, Reengineering, and Restructuring: Long-Term Implications for Healthcare Organizations. Frontiers of Health Services Management. 13(4): 3-37.
- Pierson, D. and J. Williams. 1994. Remaking the Rules: Hospitals attempt Work Transformation. Hospitals & Health Networks. September. 5: 68: 30.
- Schweikhart, S. and V. Smith-Daniels. 1996. Reengineering the Work of Caregivers: Role Redefinition, Team Structures, and Organizational Redesign. Hospital and Health Services
- Walston, S.L. and J.R. Kimberly. 1997. Reengineering Hospitals: Experience and Analysis from the Field. Hospital and Health Services Administration Summer 42:143-163.
- Walston, S. L.and Bogue, R.J. 1999. The Effects of Reengineering: Fad or Competitive Factor? Journal of Healthcare Management November/December 44:6; 456-472
- Walston, S. L., R. L. Burns, and J.R. Kimberly, 2000. Does Reengineering Really Work? An Examination of the Context and Outcomes of Hospital Reengineering Initiatives. Health Services Research February 34(6): 1363-1388.