“We would get around a table to brainstorm, then make a plan, and thought we were making progress, but nothing changed. We’ve always done broad strokes, brainstorming…but we were asked to go slow, to go fast. Brandon wanted us to focus on one small (specific area of need with the most openings) to get momentum. It wasn’t until we broke down the process, that we could see progress. The faster positions are filled, there is a reduction in overtime, it reduces turnover, it’s better for morale in general, and gives Baptist a competitive edge. ” said Nancy Averwater, Vice President of Human Resources.