Bibliography of Restructuring/Reengineering Literature

Bibliography of Restructuring/Reengineering Literature

Prepared by Stephen Walston, Associate Professor and Director, Graduate Programs in Health Administration, Indiana University.

  1. Ghoshal, S. and C.A. Bartlett. 1995. Changing the role of top management: Beyond structure to processes. Harvard Business Review 73(1): 86-97.
  2. Arndt, M. and B. Bigelow. 1998. Reengineering: DŽjˆ vu all over again. Health Care Management Review. 23(3): 58-66.
  3. Champy, J. 1995. Reengineering Management: the Mandate for New Leadership. New York: HarperBusiness.
  4. 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.
  5. Hammer, M. 1990. Reengineering Work: DonÕt Automate, Obliterate. Harvard Business Review. 68(4): 104-112.
  6. Lathrop, J.P. 1993. Restructuring Healthcare: The Patient Focused Paradigm. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  7. 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.
  8. Pierson, D. and J. Williams. 1994. Remaking the Rules: Hospitals attempt Work Transformation. Hospitals & Health Networks. September. 5: 68: 30.
  9. Schweikhart, S. and V. Smith-Daniels. 1996. Reengineering the Work of Caregivers: Role Redefinition, Team Structures, and Organizational Redesign. Hospital and Health Services
  10. 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.
  11. 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
  12. 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.