Practice Management Map

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Practice Management Map

Practice management can be difficult to visualize.  If you read my MBA Key Metrics Project post and were able to get results, then you will need to refer back to the actual guide and determine what course of actions need to be taken.  Sometimes, the recommended actions are a combination of two, or even three steps, that involve totally different aspects of the office.  Visualizing or conceptualizing
the multiple actions needed may be an overwhelming task on its own, so I’ve created a simple, generic map in order to understand which key parts you are working on.


“We can not solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them” -Albert Einstein

Of course, there are dozens of other aspects that you may choose to look at.  The main purpose of this blog is to try to explain practice management in an easy to understand, step-by-step method that any OD can replicate in their practice- regardless of size, revenue, staffing, etc… The way I am able to accomplish this, is by looking at the practice in several different levels, using several different perspectives discussed in the various resources below (yes, there is some organization to this chaos).

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