Becker's Healthcare May 24, 2024
Madeline Ashley

The workforce has seen an influx of changes and trends come and go in a post-pandemic world, with more employees taking the reins and standing up for new, flexible ways to get their jobs done. One such trend catching on lately is the “unbossed culture.”

The term describes a work environment wherein management assumes more of a leadership role than a supervisor role. The hands-off approach makes for fewer check-ins, allowing employees to have more ownership over how they tackle and complete their tasks.

While this new workforce trend spreads across multiple industries, the glaring question remains, “Would an unbossed culture work in healthcare?”

Becker’s connected with multiple healthcare leaders to get their insights on whether this approach to management...

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