Radical management has widespread application.
In business, the goal of reinvented management becomes that of delighting the client, which means interacting with them and having a relationship as explained here, rather than treating them as "demand to be parsed and manufactured".
In microcredit, it means joining together with potential borrowers to enable loans that would otherwise be unaffordable, as explained here, rather than treating that as sources of profit.
In education, it means focusing on students first, and orienting the system to their needs rather than the convenience of the administrators or the teachers, as explained here.
And In health, reforming health care means putting the patients at the center so that they drive the care that is provided.
In this inspiring keynote presentation from CHSRF's Picking Up the Pace conference, we hear the story of health care reform for Alaska's Southcentral population, including the challenges of the native population. Dr. Douglas Eby and Dr. Donna Galbreath explain how health care has been reformed by involving the patients with striking success in improving results and lowering costs.
To learn more about radical management, read my book, The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: Reinventing the Workplace for the 21st Century (Jossey-Bass, 2010).