Why NHS boards might be missing out on opportunities to act

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A study of NHS staff using the Myers Brggs Type Indicator to undersand how people make decisions has revealed that NHS boards could be missing people with the inclination to truly innovate, and the drive to take action. Julian Bond and Naomi Chambers explain.

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