Meeting Agendas, Learning Formats and Case Studies
Meeting Agendas | Learning Formats
Prior to each Meeting, a theme or overall focus will be identified and developed based on input and feedback directly from the Members. An Agenda will then be created incorporating the interests and suggestions of the Members for Outside Speakers. The Agenda will also include timely, brief Member-presented Case Studies of interest based on the Member’s own leadership challenges and experiences. Following a presentation by an Outside Speaker, the speaker will be asked to participate in an open dialogue session, such as an informal interview conducted by the Roundtable Meeting Facilitator and/or a Q&A session with the attendees. The speaker may also be available for informal conversations and networking during breaks or meals. Outside speaker sessions may last three to four hours, to encourage a “deep-dive” approach toward a particular subject area.
In-Depth Case Studies | Member Presentations
Case studies may take several forms including, but not limited to, an in-depth case study of a program or issue related to the Roundtable theme, or a panel discussion with 2-3 members presenting their respective organizations’ experience related to a specific topic.
Ample time is allotted for discussion and Q&A from the Roundtable participants who may also be asked to react to the presentation by either sharing their organizations’ experience or offering advice to the presenter(s). All members presenting case studies are asked to be totally transparent with not only sharing successes but also sharing failures and lessons learned.
During the Roundtable, each Member will also be invited to share One Innovative Idea they have recently pursued that brings noteworthy benefit (measured through cost savings, increased revenue, increases in patient, physician, or employee satisfaction, increases in quality, etc.) and is relatively easy to implement. Through this simple format, Members return home with a bounty of ideas that can be quickly operationalized in order to bring great value to their organizations.