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The Characteristics of a High Performance Organisation

A.A. de Waal
2006 Social Science Research Network  
Study title Authors Year Research method Research population Type of study 1 A bias for action Bruch & Ghoshal 2004 Interviews, questionnaire, case studies North-American, South-American  ...  Study title Authors Year Research method Research population Type of study organisations in 28 countries 12 Good to great Collins 2001 Questionnaire + follow-up interviews Qualitative  ...  Appendix 5 -HPO characteristics before and after 1995 This appendix categorises each of the 290 studies used in the HPO research in one of two time periods: research conducted in or before 1995, or after  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.931873 fatcat:wsdxow45ufcqvp2b7rmfv3f65i

Implementation of patient-centred care: which organisational determinants matter from decision maker's perspective? Results from a qualitative interview study across various health and social care organisations

Kira Isabel Hower, Vera Vennedey, Hendrik Ansgar Hillen, Ludwig Kuntz, Stephanie Stock, Holger Pfaff, Lena Ansmann
2019 BMJ Open  
Up to now, there has been a lack of comprehensive investigations on possible determinants of PCC across various health and social care organisations (HSCOs).  ...  ObjectivesHealth and social care systems, organisations and providers are under pressure to organise care around patients' needs with constrained resources.  ...  We gratefully acknowledge the support and cooperation within the CoRe-Net research group. Contributors All members designed the study.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-027591 pmid:30940764 pmcid:PMC6500213 fatcat:npmqgumf3fbolpdw5ta2vr4zza

Practising Knowing: Emergence(y) teleologies

Marie Manidis, Hermine Scheeres
2013 Educational Philosophy and Theory  
Foreword In Hager's recent critical overview of organisational learning theories (2011) we catch a glimpse of the summative legacy of the breadth and depth of his understanding of the field and theoretical  ...  But he does warn that researchers and policy makers must think more deeply about 'individualistic and product assumptions ' (2011, p. 25), as the field, and practice has been shown to be more complex than  ...  We begin this article with an introduction to the research study followed by a brief outline of the pedagogical structuring of medicine and nursing and the ED as a site of knowing.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00131857.2013.763597 fatcat:umcj36sgavc67ledbzq3kdp7lq


JW Proper, WJ Pienaar
2011 Corporate Ownership and Control  
In this research the definition of a case study by Yin (2003: 13, 14) is used: a case study is an empirical inquiry that investigates a contemporary phenomenon within a real-life context.  ...  The research is exploratory in nature and includes an extensive literature study combined with empirical research.  ...  The overarching purpose of this research is development of a structured approach to create a resilient life cycle within an organization through a critical revision of scientific and practical activities  ... 
doi:10.22495/cocv8i4c3art6 fatcat:kha3o3gyuzfl7et2ddz23kkrea

What standards and terms of employment should respiratory practitioners with a special interest expect from an employing organisation?

Kevin Gruffydd-Jones, Paul Stephenson, Mark L Levy
2007 Primary Care Respiratory Journal  
Acknowledgements The authors wish to acknowledge the support of the GPIAG, and the financial support of AstraZeneca who funded the Working Party meeting.  ...  e.g. on a sessional basis as an employee, or as a service level agreement as an individual or as part of an agreement with an organisation. Is there a structure for managing critical events?  ...  ; education; and research and evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.3132/pcrj.2007.00032 pmid:17530146 fatcat:2bndjovocffaxgrnnth5ph3o64

Organisational interventions for improving wellbeing and reducing work-related stress in teachers

Ali Naghieh, Paul Montgomery, Christopher P Bonell, Marc Thompson, J Lawrence Aber
2015 The Cochrane library  
It is based on the methodology of action research and the imperative to diagnose the needs of the organisation clearly before making an intervention (Grieves 2010).  ...  N D A N A L Y S E S Comparison 1.  ...  2 4 Keyword term: Focus of the report: mental health 5 Combine 1 and 4 6 Combine 3 or 5 D I F F E R E N C E S B E T W E E N P R O T O C O L A N D R E V I E W The intervention in Glazerman 2012 did not  ... 
doi:10.1002/14651858.cd010306.pub2 pmid:25851427 fatcat:nlxr6vfwrrhtlkayvzs4st3bsm

Organising Response to Extreme Emergencies: The Victorian Bushfires of 2009

Herman B. Leonard, Arnold M. Howitt
2010 Australian Journal of Public Administration  
Research and experience do suggest a set of best practices for making such networks function effectively.  ...  In considering the redesign of an organizational system that deals with emergency operations rather than regular and routine production, the problem of selecting an appropriate form is greatly complicated  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8500.2010.00695.x fatcat:zacdbakygrcu5n5od3ehqhfpru

Assessing improvement capability in healthcare organisations: a qualitative study of healthcare regulatory agencies in the UK

Joy Furnival, Ruth Boaden, Kieran Walshe
2018 International Journal for Quality in Health Care  
Three data sources were analysed using an a priori framework of eight dimensions of improvement capability identified from an extensive literature review.  ...  This research study finds that of eight dimensions of improvement capability, process improvement and learning, and strategy and governance, dominate regulatory assessment practices.  ...  NHS Improvement incorporates two organisations included within the study sample -the TDA and Monitor.  ... 
doi:10.1093/intqhc/mzy085 pmid:29697843 pmcid:PMC6307330 fatcat:l3qlconxfrcjddk7srub7nipyi

The Abstracts of the 3Rd Australian Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference

N. L. Jimmieson, M. A. Griffin, B. Kabanoff, P. Bordia, L. M. Bradley, A. Neal
1999 Australian journal of psychology  
Our studies show that work redesign can have a substantial impact on the health and effective functioning of the organisation, and we recommend greater input from human resource practitioners in facilitating  ...  An alternative perspective on team leadership emphasises the actions leaders take to diagnose and alter the design of the team itself and the context within which it operates (Hackman & Walton. 1986 )  ...  A case study of a research programme in the transfer and utilisation of OB knowledge WILLIAMS, APO. (City University Business School, London).  ... 
doi:10.1080/00049539908255103 fatcat:bf2qezubpfcalakelb2og2tu7i

Comportamiento del usuario en Oficinas Inteligentes y Sostenibles (SSO)

M. W. Kozusznik, A. Soriano, J. M.ª Peiró
2018 Informes de la Construccion  
Las oficinas inteligentes y sostenibles (SSO) requieren sinergias entre las tecnologías y los comportamientos de los usuarios.  ...  También presentará un conjunto de herramientas para evaluar esos fenómenos y proporcionará pautas para mejorarlos.  ...  Energy-related behaviors in office buildings: A qualitative study on individual and organisational determinants. Applied Psychology: An international review, online first. (23) Mackenzie, S.  ... 
doi:10.3989/id.55194 fatcat:vy3koaum3rbyjgl6cl74l6cibe

Organisational interventions to reduce length of stay in hospital: a rapid evidence assessment

Céline Miani, Sarah Ball, Emma Pitchforth, Josephine Exley, Sarah King, Martin Roland, Jonathan Fuld, Ellen Nolte
2014 Health Services and Delivery Research  
There was a general lack of robust evidence and poor reporting, weakening the conclusions that can be drawn from the review.ConclusionsThe design and implementation of an intervention seeking to reduce  ...  Although the overall evidence base was varied and frequently lacked a robust study design, we identified a range of interventions that showed potential to reduce length of stay.  ...  National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation. Commissioning Brief (11/1026).  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr02520 fatcat:tf4jofatsvbdxkj5ss2zxdr3oi

Medicine and interest politics a study of decision-making processes in the area of vascular surgery in Norway

Kjersti Wendt, Bjørn Erik Mørk, Ole Trond Berg, Erik Fosse
2020 Journal of Health Organisation and Management  
This paper explores two decision-making processes from 2007–2019 in the area of vascular surgery at a regional and a local level in Norway.Design/methodology/approachThe study draws upon extensive document  ...  The empirical material was analyzed in several steps through an inductive approach and described and explained through a theoretical framework based on rational choice (i.e. bounded rationality), political  ...  The authors are also indebted to all of the informants for the way that they contributed to the study.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jhom-04-2019-0103 pmid:32347672 fatcat:hsnijfhzyfhajpugwur2pobhty

Management by geographical area or management specialised by disorder? A mixed-methods evaluation of the effects of an organisational intervention on secondary mental health care for common mental disorder

Alex D Tulloch, Bryony Soper, Anke Görzig, Sophie Pettit, Leonardo Koeser, Catherine Polling, Andrew Watson, Mizanur Khondoker, Diana Rose, Paul McCrone, André Tylee, Graham Thornicroft
2016 Health Services and Delivery Research  
research was supported by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Health Services and Delivery Research programme and was performed using infrastructure provided by the NIHR South London and  ...  Future research should look at the genesis of organisational change and how this is altered through implementation; it should also look at the effectiveness of care pathways in mental health services.FundingThe  ...  The views expressed are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the Health Services and Delivery Research programme, the NIHR, the NHS or the Department of Health.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr04090 fatcat:wwq2omfvpng6ngryxmtg5om65m

Facilitating technology adoption in the NHS: negotiating the organisational and policy context – a qualitative study

Sue Llewellyn, Rob Procter, Gill Harvey, Gregory Maniatopoulos, Alan Boyd
2014 Health Services and Delivery Research  
Acknowledgements 97 Acknowledgements T he research team would like to thank all the members of our advisory board and all the participants in the research for their time and commitment to the project.  ...  Lesley Jordan (an advisory board member and leader at INPUT) assisted us greatly over the patient perspective. Thanks also to Andrew Webster for leading our main dissemination event.  ...  This case study focuses on a clinical technology used to detect and diagnose peripheral pathology in the retina.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr02230 fatcat:dxdbnhupfje3xi6v2vwadekv5q

Strategic change and firm performance: the moderating effect of organisational learning

Chaiporn Vithessonthi, Amonrat Thoumrungroje
2011 Journal of Asia Business Studies  
Industry is designed to make available to a wider readership selected studies prepared by staff in the Directorate or by outside consultants working on OECD projects.  ...  The papers included in the series cover a broad range of issues, of both a technical and policy-analytical nature, in the areas of work of the DSTI.  ...  Facilitating managerial capacity to diagnose and interpret changes in the organisational environment is an important step before a re-organisation exercise is undertaken.  ... 
doi:10.1108/15587891111152348 fatcat:zsormyxyfzbfxaz5lknvuab52y
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