Ronald B. Schilling, PhD

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Articles

Q&A: Implementing technology in stages

January 03, 2008

Editor’s note: Over the past year, Ron Schilling’s commentaries in DI SCAN have addressed issues regarding business strategies in medical imaging. We are publishing some of the questions and responses rising from those commentaries, while inviting new requests for information.

Q&A: Consultant, manager -- or both?

October 25, 2007

Editor’s note: Over the past year, Ron Schilling’s commentaries in DI SCAN have addressed issues regarding business strategies in medical imaging. We are publishing some of the questions and responses rising from those commentaries, while inviting new requests for information.

Q&A: Staying focused when developing strategy

October 02, 2007

Editor’s note: Over the past year, Ronald Schilling’s commentaries in DI SCAN have addressed issues regarding business strategies in medical imaging. We are publishing some of those questions and responses and invite new requests for information.

Q&A: Tug-of-war vs. moving forward

September 04, 2007

Editor’s note: Over the past year, Ron Schilling’s commentaries in DI SCAN have addressed issues regarding business strategies in medical imaging. We are publishing some of those questions and responses and invite new requests for information.

Q&A: Streamlining the purchasing process

August 13, 2007

Editor's note: Over the past year, Ron Schilling has been fielding questions from readers in response to his commentaries on business strategies in medical imaging. We are publishing some of those questions and responses and invite new requests for information.

Q&A: Tower of Babel greets RFP organizers

June 25, 2007

Editor’s note: Over the past year, Ron Schilling has been fielding questions from readers in response to his commentaries on business strategies in medical imaging. We are publishing some of those questions and responses and invite new requests for information.

Strategies @home

May 14, 2007

We spend a lot of time at work coming up with strategies that will ensure our success or, at a minimum, safely differentiate us from the competition. Today, it is often difficult to separate the practices of nonprofit organizations from for-profit organizations when it comes to strategic process. What about another institution that is, perhaps, the most important to us: the home? Where does strategy fit into our life at home?

Forming a strategy

April 13, 2007

When combined, strategic thinking tools discussed in earlier columns compose a kind of tool kit that provides the essentials required for a detailed business strategy. But these tools must be used effectively to meet their potential. We will, therefore, consider the factors necessary (and, we hope, sufficient) to create a detailed business strategy and see how the tools can enable the development of that strategy. The following examples serve simply as a starting point.