de Allicon, K. (2020). A mindfulness toolkit to optimise incident management and business continuity exercises. Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning, 13(3), 220–229. de Allicon (2020) brings the concept of mindfulness into the basic management paradigms used in the business world. The practice of mindfulness has grown in the field of mental health and now is beginning to branch out into all types of work settings throughout healthcare, law enforcement, teaching, and management.
Kirby, J. (2019). Balancing competing interests and obligations in mental healthcare practice and policy. Bioethics, 33, 699-707. Kirby (2019) serves as a great review of how a management and policy approach needs to be dynamic in our modern times. After all, society is in a constant state of change, and our system needs to be adaptable as well as resilient.
Bierbooms, J., Hans, V. O., Rijkers, J., & Bongers, I. (2016). Development of a comprehensive model for stakeholder management in mental healthcare. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 30(4), 630-647. Bierbooms and colleagues (2016) article focuses on developing a comprehensive model for stakeholder management, as numerous key stakeholders are fundamental for the success of any mental health practice.
Pierce, B. S., Perrin, P. B., Tyler, C. M., McKee, G. B., & Watson, J. D. (2021). The COVID-19 telepsychology revolution: A national study of pandemic-based changes in US mental health care delivery. American Psychologist, 76(1), 14–25. The Pierce, Perrin, Tyler, McKee, and Watson (2021) article brings attention to the bold new frontier of telemental health, which is rapidly expanding as a core component of the industry. This brings to the management paradigm new challenges as well as opportunities.