Duke Rohe is a Quality Improvement Education Consultant at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center. He has worked 30 years in the healthcare industry to change cultures, grow teams, improve operations. Duke speaks on a myriad of topics: organizational change, customer service, growing teams, innovation, thinking differently, listening skills, developing improvement tools, engaging staff, leveraging yourself and our topic today: conducting improvement projects.
His passion is to eliminate preventable waste in organizations. He is known for his sharing of tools and materials. This past year he recently co-authored several books on organizational change Thriving and Surviving in Waves of Change for Healthcare Leaders and Successful Organizational Change.
He is a graduate of Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering. He is a Fellow member of the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society and has received its Quality Management Award, and Outstanding Fellows Service Award.