Goldman, E. (2002). Results-oriented strategic planning. Chicago, IL: American Hospital Association.
Goldman, E., & Dubow, M. (1997). 20/20 foresight: 21st century healthcare delivery systems. Washington, DC: Ernst & Young LLP.
Goldman, E., & Nolan, K. (1994). Strategic planning in healthcare: A guide for board members. Chicago, IL: American Hospital Association Publishing.
Referred Journal Articles
Goldman, E.F. (2012). Leadership practices that encourage strategic thinking. Journal of Strategy and Management, 5(1).
Goldman, E.F., Swayze, S.S., Swinehart, S.E., & Schroth, W.S. (2012). Effecting curricular change through comprehensive course assessment: Using structure and process to change outcomes. Academic Medicine, 87(3).
Goldman, E.F., Plack, M.M., Roche, C.N., Smith, J.P., & Turley, C.L. (2011). Learning clinical versus leadership competencies in the Emergency Department: Strategies, challenges and supports of Emergency Medicine residents. Journal of Graduate Medical Education, 3, 320-325.
Katz, J.D., Hashefi, M., Hasan, M., Reines, H. D., McIntosh, S., Abate, L., Halvaksz, J. & Goldman, E. (2011). Introducing the testimonial-commentator format to the musculoskeletal curriculum of medical students. Medical Science Educator, 21, 229-235.
Chretien, K.C., Goldman, E.F., Beckman, L., & Kind, T. (2010). It's your own risk: Medical students' perspectives on online professionalism. Academic Medicine, 85, S68-71.
Goldman, E.F., & Casey, A. (2010). Building a culture that encourages strategic thinking. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 17, 119-128.
Chretien, K.C., Goldman, E.F., Craven, K.E., & Faselis, C.J. (2010). A qualitative study of the meaning of physical examination teaching for patients. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 25, 786-791. Selected by SGIM as one of the most important papers published in 2010.
Casey, A.J., & Goldman, E.F. (2010). Enhancing the ability to think strategically: A learning model. Journal of Management Learning, 41, 167-185.
Goldman, E., Cahill, T., & Filho, R. P. (2009). Experiences that develop the ability to think strategically. Journal of Healthcare Management, 54, 403-417.
Goldman, E., Plack, M., Roche, C., Smith, J., & Turley, C. (2009). Learning in a chaotic environment. Journal of Workplace Learning, 21, 555-574. Winner: Highly Commended Award-Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence
Goldman, E. F. (2008). Integrating work experiences into teaching. Journal of Strategy and Management, 1, 93-110.
Chretien, K., Goldman, E., & Faselis, C. (2008). The reflective writing class blog: Using technology to promote reflection and professional development. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 23, 2066-2070.
Goldman, E.F. (2008). The power of work experiences: Characteristics critical to developing expertise in strategic thinking. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 19, 217-239. Winner: Richard A. Swanson Research Excellence Award
Goldman, E.F. (2007). Strategic thinking at the top. MIT Sloan Management Review, 48(4), 75-81.
Referred Articles in Conference Proceedigs
Goldman, E.F. (2006). Strategic thinking at the top: What matters to developing expertise. In K. M. Weaver (Ed.), Proceedings of the Sixty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643.
Cowan, C.A., Goldman, E.F., & Hook, M. (2010). Flexible and inexpensive: Improving learning transfer and program evaluation through participant action plans. Performance Improvement Journal, 49(5), 18-25.
Goldman, E.F., & Dubow, M.J. (2007, May/June). Developing and leading successful growth strategies. Healthcare Executive, 8-13. Strategic thinking at the top. Business Briefings, October 2007.
Between 1984 and 2000: 35 articles on growth strategies, partnering, strategic planning, new business development, marketing, pricing, and market research published in various healthcare practitioner journals.
INVITED SCHOLARLY TALKS
Goldman, E. (2011, June). Personal leadership development plans: Post-course possibilities for students and faculty. Workshop at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference (of the Organizational Behavior Teaching Society), Milwaukee, WI.
Goldman, E., Schroth, W.S., & Slaby, F. (2011, March). Maximizing the value from course reviews: Improvement, integration, and insight. Workshop at the Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (of the Association of Academic Medical Centers) Annual Retreat, Washington, DC.
Goldman, E., & Kou, M. (2010, November). Learning objectives: Why do we do them? Presentation at the Regional Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows Conference, Falls Church, VA.
Goldman, E., & Cahill, T. (2010, October). Leadership in the new world of healthcare reform: How can theory inform practice? Presentation at the New Horizons Research Conference, Ashburn, VA.
Goldman, E. (2010, August). Learning to lead in the emergency department. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
Goldman, E., Cahill, T., & Filho, R. (2009, August). Experiences that develop the ability to think strategically: A national study. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Casey, A., & Goldman, E. (2009, August). Enhancing the ability to think strategically: A learning model. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Goldman, E. (2008, May). The power of work experiences. Paper presented at the Eastern Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
Goldman, E. (2007, August). Using experts' learning to inform executive education. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Goldman, E. (2006, August). Strategic thinking at the top: What matters to developing expertise. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. Winner: Best Paper Award.
Goldman, E., & Cahill, T. (2006, August). CEO learning: More to it than one might expect. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
Goldman, E. (2005, November). Learning to think strategically in a complex environment. Workshop presented at the Leadership and Complexity Conference, George Washington University, Ashburn, VA.
Goldman, E., & Casey, A. (2005, August). Developing strategic thinkers: Implications of learning theory in setting a research agenda. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI.
Goldman, E (2010, November). In publication. Graduate Program in Health Sciences, School of Health and Medical Sciences, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ.
Between 1984 and 2006: Over 100 presentations at healthcare industry practitioner conferences and educational programs, including American College of Healthcare Executives Clusters and Annual Congress and the American Hospital Association national and society programs.
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