Individuals who have the formal authority to manage a hospital, including its programs and services, in accordance with the goals and objectives established by a governing body (GOVERNING BOARD).
The function of directing or controlling the actions or attitudes of an individual or group with more or less willing acquiescence of the followers.
Duties that are based in ETHICS, rather than in law.
Travel to another country for the purpose of medical treatment.
The principles of professional conduct concerning the rights and duties of the physician, relations with patients and fellow practitioners, as well as actions of the physician in patient care and interpersonal relations with patient families.
Payment, or other means of making amends, for a wrong or injury.
The leveraging of collective wisdom within an organization as a catalyst to increase responsiveness and innovation.
Single or multi-sheet notices made to attract attention to events, activities, causes, goods, or services. They are for display, usually in a public place and are chiefly pictorial.
The body of truths or facts accumulated in the course of time, the cumulated sum of information, its volume and nature, in any civilization, period, or country.
The circulation or wide dispersal of information.
The broad dissemination of new ideas, procedures, techniques, materials, and devices and the degree to which these are accepted and used.
Theoretical representations that simulate the behavior or activity of systems, processes, or phenomena. They include the use of mathematical equations, computers, and other electronic equipment.
Theoretical representations and constructs that describe or explain the structure and hierarchy of relationships and interactions within or between formal organizational entities or informal social groups.
The largest country in North America, comprising 10 provinces and three territories. Its capital is Ottawa.
The field of medicine concerned with understanding the biochemical basis of health and disease and involved in developing diagnostic and therapeutic methods that utilize MOLECULAR BIOLOGY techniques.
A province of Canada, lying between the provinces of Saskatchewan and Ontario. Its capital is Winnipeg. Taking its name from Lake Manitoba, itself named for one of its islands, the name derived from Algonquian Manitou, great spirit. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p724 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p332)
A province of Canada on the Pacific coast. Its capital is Victoria. The name given in 1858 derives from the Columbia River which was named by the American captain Robert Gray for his ship Columbia which in turn was named for Columbus. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p178 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p81-2)
A medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the internal organ systems of adults.
Institutions with permanent facilities and organized medical staff which provide the full range of hospital services primarily to a neighborhood area.
Conferences, conventions or formal meetings usually attended by delegates representing a special field of interest.
Authoritative treatises on drugs and preparations, their description, formulation, analytic composition, physical constants, main chemical properties used in identification, standards for strength, purity, and dosage, chemical tests for determining identity and purity, etc. They are usually published under governmental jurisdiction (e.g., USP, the United States Pharmacopoeia; BP, British Pharmacopoeia; P. Helv., the Swiss Pharmacopoeia). They differ from FORMULARIES in that they are far more complete: formularies tend to be mere listings of formulas and prescriptions.
The interaction of persons or groups of persons representing various nations in the pursuit of a common goal or interest.
An agency of the PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE concerned with the overall planning, promoting, and administering of programs pertaining to maintaining standards of quality of foods, drugs, therapeutic devices, etc.
Process that is gone through in order for a drug to receive approval by a government regulatory agency. This includes any required pre-clinical or clinical testing, review, submission, and evaluation of the applications and test results, and post-marketing surveillance of the drug.
The collective designation of three organizations with common membership: the European Economic Community (Common Market), the European Coal and Steel Community, and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). It was known as the European Community until 1994. It is primarily an economic union with the principal objectives of free movement of goods, capital, and labor. Professional services, social, medical and paramedical, are subsumed under labor. The constituent countries are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. (The World Almanac and Book of Facts 1997, p842)
Introduction of changes which are new to the organization and are created by management.
The study, based on direct observation, use of statistical records, interviews, or experimental methods, of actual practices or the actual impact of practices or policies.
A professional society in the United States whose membership is composed of hospitals.
Descriptions and evaluations of specific health care organizations.
The closing of any health facility, e.g., health centers, residential facilities, and hospitals.
A graphic means for assessing the ability of a screening test to discriminate between healthy and diseased persons; may also be used in other studies, e.g., distinguishing stimuli responses as to a faint stimuli or nonstimuli.
Statistical formulations or analyses which, when applied to data and found to fit the data, are then used to verify the assumptions and parameters used in the analysis. Examples of statistical models are the linear model, binomial model, polynomial model, two-parameter model, etc.

Hospital restructuring and the changing nature of the physical therapist's role. (1/1342)

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: This study was conducted to identify role behavior changes of acute care physical therapists and changes in the organizational and professional context of hospitals following restructuring. METHODS: A Delphi technique, which involved a panel of 100 randomly selected acute care physical therapy managers, was used as the research design for this study. Responses from rounds 1 and 2 were synthesized and organized into exhaustive and mutually exclusive categories for round 3. Data obtained from round 3 were used to develop a comprehensive perspective on the changes that have occurred. RESULTS: Changed role behaviors in patient care and professional interaction, including increased emphasis on evaluation, planning, teaching, supervising, and collaboration, appeared to be extensions of unchanged role behaviors. Reported changes in the structural and professional context of physical therapy services included using critical pathways to guide care, providing services system-wide, and using educational activities and meetings to maintain a sense of community. The importance of professionalism to physical therapists' work was identified and related to specific role behavior changes. CONCLUSION AND DISCUSSION: The changing role of physical therapists in acute care hospitals includes an increased emphasis on higher-level skills in patient care and professional interaction and the continuing importance of professionalism.  (+info)

A taxonomy of health networks and systems: bringing order out of chaos. (2/1342)

OBJECTIVE: To use existing theory and data for empirical development of a taxonomy that identifies clusters of organizations sharing common strategic/structural features. DATA SOURCES: Data from the 1994 and 1995 American Hospital Association Annual Surveys, which provide extensive data on hospital involvement in hospital-led health networks and systems. STUDY DESIGN: Theories of organization behavior and industrial organization economics were used to identify three strategic/structural dimensions: differentiation, which refers to the number of different products/services along a healthcare continuum; integration, which refers to mechanisms used to achieve unity of effort across organizational components; and centralization, which relates to the extent to which activities take place at centralized versus dispersed locations. These dimensions were applied to three components of the health service/product continuum: hospital services, physician arrangements, and provider-based insurance activities. DATA EXTRACTION METHODS: We identified 295 health systems and 274 health networks across the United States in 1994, and 297 health systems and 306 health networks in 1995 using AHA data. Empirical measures aggregated individual hospital data to the health network and system level. PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: We identified a reliable, internally valid, and stable four-cluster solution for health networks and a five-cluster solution for health systems. We found that differentiation and centralization were particularly important in distinguishing unique clusters of organizations. High differentiation typically occurred with low centralization, which suggests that a broader scope of activity is more difficult to centrally coordinate. Integration was also important, but we found that health networks and systems typically engaged in both ownership-based and contractual-based integration or they were not integrated at all. CONCLUSIONS: Overall, we were able to classify approximately 70 percent of hospital-led health networks and 90 percent of hospital-led health systems into well-defined organizational clusters. Given the widespread perception that organizational change in healthcare has been chaotic, our research suggests that important and meaningful similarities exist across many evolving organizations. The resulting taxonomy provides a new lexicon for researchers, policymakers, and healthcare executives for characterizing key strategic and structural features of evolving organizations. The taxonomy also provides a framework for future inquiry about the relationships between organizational strategy, structure, and performance, and for assessing policy issues, such as Medicare Provider Sponsored Organizations, antitrust, and insurance regulation.  (+info)

Organizational and environmental factors associated with nursing home participation in managed care. (3/1342)

OBJECTIVE: To develop and test a model, based on resource dependence theory, that identifies the organizational and environmental characteristics associated with nursing home participation in managed care. DATA SOURCES AND STUDY SETTING: Data for statistical analysis derived from a survey of Directors of Nursing in a sample of nursing homes in eight states (n = 308). These data were merged with data from the On-line Survey Certification and Reporting System, the Medicare Managed Care State/County Data File, and the 1995 Area Resource File. STUDY DESIGN: Since the dependent variable is dichotomous, the logistic procedure was used to fit the regression. The analysis was weighted using SUDAAN. FINDINGS: Participation in a provider network, higher proportions of resident care covered by Medicare, providing IV therapy, greater availability of RNs and physical therapists, and Medicare HMO market penetration are associated with a greater likelihood of having a managed care contract. CONCLUSION: As more Medicare recipients enroll in HMOs, nursing home involvement in managed care is likely to increase. Interorganizational linkages enhance the likelihood of managed care participation. Nursing homes interested in managed care should consider upgrading staffing and providing at least some subacute services.  (+info)

Restructuring the primary health care services and changing profile of family physicians in Turkey. (4/1342)

A new health-reform process has been initiated by Ministry of Health in Turkey. The aim of that reform is to improve the health status of the Turkish population and to provide health care to all citizens in an efficient and equitable manner. The restructuring of the current health system will allow more funds to be allocated to primary and preventive care and will create a managed market for secondary and tertiary care. In this article, we review the current and proposed primary care services models and the role of family physicians therein.  (+info)

A design model for computer-based guideline implementation based on information management services. (5/1342)

Clinical practice guidelines must be implemented effectively if they are to influence the behavior of clinicians. The authors describe a model for computer-based guideline implementation that identifies eight information management services needed to integrate guideline-based decision support with clinical workflow. Recommendation services determine appropriate activities in specific clinical circumstances. Documentation services involve data capture. Registration services integrate demographic and administrative data. Explanation services enhance the credibility of automated recommendations by providing supportive evidence and rating the quality of evidence. Calculation services measure time intervals, suggest medication dosages, and perform other computational tasks. Communication services employ standards for information transfer and provide data security. Effective presentation services facilitate understanding of complex data, clarify trends, and format written materials (including prescriptions) for patients. Aggregation services associate outcomes with specific guideline interventions. The authors provide examples of the eight services that make up the model from five evidence-based practice parameters developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics.  (+info)

Developing role of medical audit advisory groups. (6/1342)

OBJECTIVES: To investigate the approaches to audit of different medical audit advisory groups (MAAGs) and to consider the implications for evaluation of their activities and their developing role in the light of new priorities for clinical audit. DESIGN: Qualitative study based on semistructured interviews. SETTING: 15 family health services authority (FHSA) districts in two English health regions. SUBJECTS: MAAG chairpersons and support staff and FHSA general managers and medical advisors in each district, totalling 68 subjects. MAIN MEASURES: Structures and activities of MAAGs; perceptions of the MAAG's role and its achievements compared with the initial brief in a health circular in 1990. RESULTS: The approaches of different MAAGs varied considerably: some concentrated on promoting audit and others were involved in a wider range of development activities. MAAGs assessed their progress in various different ways. The importance of collaborative working was recognised, but few interface audit projects had been undertaken. MAAGs had little contact with other quality assurance activities in the FHSA, and FHSA involvement in the MAAG strategy was variable, although MAAGs were taking steps to improve communication with the FHSA. CONCLUSIONS: Major differences exist in the approaches taken by MAAGs and the roles they fulfil, which will make evaluation of their effectiveness a complex task. Already MAAGs are responding to changing expectations about audit and pressure for closer links with management.  (+info)

The cost of coverage: rural health insurance in China. (7/1342)

China has undergone great economic and social change since 1978 with far reaching implications for the health care system and ultimately for the health status of the population. The Chinese Medical Reform of the 1980s made cost recovery a primary objective. The urban population is mostly protected by generous government health insurance. A high share government budget is allocated to urban health care. Rural cooperative health insurance reached a peak in the mid-1970s when 90% of the rural population were covered. In the 1980s rural cooperative health insurance collapsed and present coverage is less than 8%. The decline has been accompanied by reports of growing equity problems in the financing of and access to health care. This article is the first in a four-year study of the impact on equity of the changes in Chinese health care financing. The article examines the relationship between rural cooperative health insurance as the explanatory variable and health care expenditure, curative vs. preventive expenditure and tertiary curative care expenditure as dependent variables using a natural experimental design with a 'twin' county as a control. The findings support the hypothesis that cooperative health insurance will induce higher growth of health care expenditure. The findings also support the hypothesis that cooperative health insurance will lead to a shift from preventive medicine to curative medicine and to a higher level of tertiary curative care expenditure. The empirical evidence from the Chinese counties is contradicting World Bank health financing policies.  (+info)

The privatization of health care in three Latin American social security systems. (8/1342)

Most Latin American social security institutes are direct providers of medical care services to their beneficiaries. As many of the institutes have developed serious financial problems over the course of the last decade and a half, they have come under increasing attack for (a) exacerbating inequalities in access to and use of health care, (b) further heightening the geographic overconcentration of services, (c) focusing a disproportionate amount of resources on high technology, curative care to the near total exclusion of primary health care, and (d) being administratively top heavy and, more generally, inefficient. In the past few years, many Latin American countries have begun searching for methods to ameliorate these problems. This paper analyzes three recent efforts, all of which involve some degree of privatization: (1) El Salvador's partial privatization of specialty physician outpatient consultations, (2) Peru's minor surgery and its decentralized ambulatory care programme, and (3) Nicaragua's "administrative services only' approach wherein social security beneficiaries choose to join a certified public or private provider organization for one year, and, on behalf of the individual, social security pays the organization a fixed, annual, per capita fee to provide all health care for the enrollee. The paper also identifies political and technical considerations, as well as health care market characteristics that have shaped these efforts and that condition their likelihood of success, including: the size, composition, level of capacity utilization, degree of organization and geographic distribution of private sector resources; relative prices in the private vis-a-vis the public sector; and the size and nature of the private health insurance market. Other Latin American countries would do well to examine these factors and characteristics before embarking on efforts to reform their own social security health care delivery systems.  (+info)

Collaborative Care, Integrated Health Systems and Organizational Models Conference scheduled on June 28-29, 2021 in June 2021 in Istanbul is for the researchers, scientists, scholars, engineers, academic, scientific and university practitioners to present research activities that might want to attend events, meetings, seminars, congresses, workshops, summit, and symposiums.
Reform of primary healthcare (PHC) organisations is underway in Canada. The capacity of various types of PHC organizations to respond to populations needs remains to be assessed. The main objective of this study was to evaluate the association of PHC affiliation with unmet needs for care. Population-based survey of 9205 randomly selected adults in two regions of Quebec, Canada. Outcomes Self-reported unmet needs for care and identification of the usual source of PHC. Among eligible adults, 18 % reported unmet needs for care in the last six months. Reasons reported for unmet needs were: waiting times (59 % of cases); unavailability of usual doctor (42 %); impossibility to obtain an appointment (36 %); doctors not accepting new patients (31 %). Regression models showed that unmet needs were decreasing with age and was lower among males, the least educated, and unemployed or retired. Controlling for other factors, unmet needs were higher among the poor and those with worse health status. Having a family
Canadian cancer care has evolved under systems of provincial and federal fiscal control and aims to optimize the management of patients within each province. In Manitoba, patients are initially assessed at one centre but can subsequently receive chemotherapy at an outreach centre closer to home. In British Columbia, two outreach mechanisms exist: consultative clinics provide consultative and follow-up care by radiotherapists and medical oncologists who travel to outreach centres, and community-based regional oncologists provide diagnostic and treatment services in small communities. In Ontario, peripheral clinics are staffed by oncologists from the two provincial cancer institutions, but efforts have been made to find newer outreach models that will better serve certain communities in that province. Two basic models of cancer care organization in the community presently exist in Canada: one stresses the extension of resources outward to the community from major cancer centres, and the other ...
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Studies of email-based telemedicine have shown that some roles - namely administrative and supervisory - are more automation friendly than clinical roles [11]. Purpose-written email systems - through automation - can reduce or eliminate these roles. This study has determined that when more than ~5200 email consultations are undertaken annually, purpose-written software for use in counselling settings reduces costs through freeing up staff time compared with using COTS. The potential savings increased as workload increased above the threshold value. The threshold was most sensitive to changes in key-input costs (administrative staff costs, capital costs and service fees) affecting only one of the service models. Costs, which affected both service models, resulted in lesser change - for example, counselling staff salary had no effect on the threshold. An adjustment of 50% in costs resulted in maximum change of 4.5% to the threshold hence, effect was considered small. However, the annual volume of ...
Intensive care services are a precious and costly resource, which need to be consistently, safely and efficiently provided. The Intensive Care Service Model provides recommended standards for the safe and efficient delivery of care in Level 4 ICUs, to improve the care of the critically ill patient. Implementation of the Intensive Care Service Model across NSW will improve delivery of intensive care services and the care of the critically ill patient in rural, remote and metropolitan hospitals. ...
|p|This research is about concept of Service Design embedded in Sustainable Design effort. By working on energy efficiency, low-impact materials, reuse and recycling, engineers and designers achieved limited effects in a scenario of rapidly increasing impacts. Sustainable design must create projects of meaningful innovations that can shift consumers behavior. In this case, knowledge of Service Design would enable thedesigner to include an optimum Business Model of implementing new ideas of eco-design. A modular furniture system was designed with materials selected according to eco-indicator of Life Cycle Assessment. Materials and furniture parts were design with consideration of recycling and reuse that consumes least energy. On this occasion, a service model following the lifelong guarantee concept was formulated as follows, aiming to benefit both customers and manufacturers. (1) Providing customers with diverse selection of function, scale, style and finish choice that satisfied customs of various
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Lack of staff nurse participation in hospital decision-making has been cited as a major reason for the dissatisfaction in nursing. Shared governance has been proposed as an organizational model that provides staff nurses with both the structure and the mechanism for having increased decision-making authority. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship of organizational culture, perceived importance of involvement and actual involvement in decision-making, the discrepancy between importance and involvement, staff nurse years of involvement in shared governance, control over nursing practice, and work satisfaction among staff nurses working in hospitals with shared governance. A descriptive, correlational design was used to investigate 188 full-time RN staff nurses from three hospitals with shared governance. Organizational culture was eliminated from analysis because of the large amount of missing data. Three multiple regression models were tested. In the final prediction ...
According to Schein (1992),[3] culture is the most difficult organizational attribute to change, outlasting organizational products, services, founders and leadership and all other physical attributes of the organization. His organizational model illuminates culture from the standpoint of the observer, described at three levels: artifacts, espoused values and basic underlying assumptions. At the first and most cursory level of Scheins model is organizational attributes that can be seen, felt and heard by the uninitiated observer - collectively known as artifacts. Included are the facilities, offices, furnishings, visible awards and recognition, the way that its members dress, how each person visibly interacts with each other and with organizational outsiders, and even company slogans, mission statements and other operational creeds. Artifacts comprise the physical components of the organization that relay cultural meaning. Daniel Denison (1990) describes artifacts as the tangible aspects of ...
Recent reports (4) of the gap between biomedical knowledge and actual health services delivery have spurred interest in the organizational determinants of superior quality of care. The process of care or quality of care may differ significantly by organizational model. Among the for-profit health plans in this sample, group/network models are more likely to deliver diabetes processes of care than IPA models, with the group/network effect often exceeding 10 percentage points. These percentage differences in process measures translate into large numbers of participants because 71 million people were enrolled in managed care in 2002 (16,17).. There are several explanations for the difference in processes of care observed between group/network and IPA models contracting with for-profit health plans. The availability and completeness of information captured by the electronic data system may be superior in group models (19). Medical groups may include multiple specialists, diabetes educators and ...
The healthcare reform in Bulgaria brought about major changes in both undergraduate and postgraduate (PG) programs in medicine and especially in General Medicine. The PG program in General practice of the Medical University - Plovdiv was designed to help the new kind of doctors - GPs improve the quality of their work not only by enhancing their clinical competence but also by introducing a new organizational model. One of the topics in the program was dedicated to the implementation of social research methods in general practice for assessing the needs of the patients and the possibilities for quality improvement ...
Bringing together top management and senior physician leaders from global health care organizations, this Executive Education program examines new strategies, organizational models, and measurement approaches to drive value improvement in health care delivery. Participants gain insights and capabilities to direct the strategic implementation of value-based health care in their organizations.. ...
As the largest and most prominent centre in Sweden, the Transplant Institute is also unique in Scandinavia in that a full programme for all organ transplants is offered here. It is the only unit that performs multivisceral transplants. And it all started in 1965 when the first kidney transplant took place right here. Ever since then, Sahlgrenska University Hospital has continued to contribute to development in the field of transplantation both locally and globally.. Some years ago Sahlgrenska University Hospital created a new organizational model where all organ-transplanted patients are gathered in one place - the Transplant Institute. Applying a cross-disciplinary approach, all medical professionals involved in the care of a patient belong to the same unit. The outcome: shorter in-ward treatment periods and shorter transplant waiting times. And more importantly, an integrated team can develop a closer bond with the patient and contribute to an enhanced treatment experience.. During 2015 the ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Prevenzione secondaria dei tumori in Italia. T2 - caratteristiche degli interventi di popolazione e individuali.. AU - Federici, A.. AU - Mangia, M.. AU - Rossi, P. Giorgi. PY - 2009/9. Y1 - 2009/9. N2 - The commitment to fight against cancer is a part of European Community health strategies and of Italian health services planning. Interesting and useful results have been achieved in Europe and in our country where most of the population can participate to screening programmes. In Italy there are two main organisational models to deliver intervention for secondary prevention: population based and individual access. Several experimental data show population-based prevention is more fair and appropriate and achieves better results in reducing incidence and mortality rates; data are summarized. Because of this differences we go trough the different characteristics of the two models to handle them better planning and managing more efficiently a sustainable ...
, , , , The Court of Milan ordered the revocation of the preventive measure that had been applied on May 6th, 2019, with the appointment of the Judicial Administrator Roberto Paese , , The measure confirms the validity of the action plan undertaken by CEVA in recent months , , Over the past year, CEVA Logistics Italia s Board of Directors approved the new 231 Organisational Model and a new procedure for the selection, qualification and monitoring of third-parties specialized in the provis...
Our present global crisis is more profound than any previous historical crises; hence our solutions must be equally drastic. I propose that we should adopt the plant as the organizational model for life in the twenty-first century, just as the computer seems to be the dominant mental/social model of the late twentieth century, and ...
Background: Suicide bereavement can have a lasting and devastating psychosocial impact on the bereaved individuals and communities. Many countries, such as Australia, have included postvention, i.e., concerted suicide bereavement support, in their suicide prevention policies. While little is known of the effectiveness of postvention, this review aimed to investigate what is known of the effects of postvention service delivery models and the components that may contribute to the effectiveness.Method: Systematic review and quality assessment of peer reviewed literature (Medline, PsycINFO, Embase, EBM Reviews) and gray literature and guidelines published since 2014.Results: Eight studies and 12 guidelines were included, with little evidence of effectiveness. Still, providing support according to the level of grief, involvement of trained volunteers/peers, and focusing the interventions on the grief, seem promising components of effective postvention.Conclusions: Adopting a public health approach to
1.4 How well is the Helpline utilised by priority population groups? Callers & service providers: How does the service target consumers from rural and remote communities and areas of socio-economic disadvantage Breastfeeding Counsellors working on the Helpline & provider: What are the critical success factors in engaging and supporting consumers with special needs such as those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those with disability and young mothers Is the service model appropriate in meeting the needs of all targeted population groups Service providers & jurisdictions: Is the service model appropriate to the wider service ...
Cloud computing is widely considered as an attractive service model because it minimizes investment since its costs are in direct relation to usage and demand. However, the distributed nature of cloud computing environments, their massive resource aggregation, wide user access and efficient and automated sharing of resources enable intruders to exploit clouds for their advantage. To combat intruders, several security solutions for cloud environments adopt Intrusion Detection Systems. However, most IDS solutions are not suitable for cloud environments, because of problems such as single point of failure, centralized load, high false positive alarms, insufficient coverage for attacks, and inflexible design. The thesis defines a framework for a cloud based IDS to face the deficiencies of current IDS technology. This framework deals with threats that exploit vulnerabilities to attack the various service models of a cloud system. The framework integrates behaviour based and knowledge based techniques ...
Aims and method. The Norfolk Youth Service was created in 2012 in response to calls to redesign mental health services to better meet the needs of young people. The new service model transcends traditional boundaries by creating a single, youth friendly service for young people aged 14-25 years. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of the transition to this new model on patterns of referral, acceptance and service use. We analysed routinely collected data on young people aged 14-25 years referred for secondary mental healthcare in Norfolk before and after implementation of the youth mental health service. The number of referrals, their age and gender, proportion of referrals accepted and average number of service contacts per referral by age pre- and post-implementation were compared. ...
What is OpenVista?OpenVista is a complete enterprise electronic health record (EHR) solution that any healthcare organization can afford. By offering OpenVista via a unique subscription service model, Medsphere provides healthcare with an economically sustainable EHR alternative that frees organizations from vendor lock, lack of interoperability, high costs and other pain points that have paralyzed the industry and precluded widespread EHR adoption. Medsphere uses rapid deployment and comprehensive support services to make the benefits of OpenVista available to clients as
There is limited evidence on the cost effectiveness of interventions and services with this group. Further research is also needed on whether particular services or elements of standard care for this group give better value for money. A mixed methods approach could identify which of the different elements delivered in a service model are optimal for the person ...
ServiceNow is changing the way people work. With a service‑orientation toward the activities, tasks and processes that make up day‑to‑day work life, we help the modern enterprise operate faster and be more scalable than ever before. Customers use our service model to define, structure and automate the flow of work, removing dependencies on email and spreadsheets to transform the delivery and management of services for the enterprise. ServiceNow enables service management for every department in the enterprise including IT, human resources, facilities, field service and more ...
Background: Counselling is considered a prerequisite for the proper handling of testing and for ensuring effective HIV preventive efforts. HIV testing services have recently been scaled up substantially with a particular focus on provider-initiated models. Increasing HIV test rates have been attributed to the rapid scale-up of the providerinitiated testing model, but there is limited documentation of experiences with this new service model. The aim of this study was to determine the use of different types of HIV testing services and to investigate perceptions and experiences of these services with a particular emphasis on the provider initiated testing in three selected districts in Kenya, Tanzania, and, Zambia.. Methods: A concurrent triangulation mixed methods design was applied using quantitative and qualitative approaches. A population-based survey was conducted among adults in the three study districts, and qualitative data were obtained from 34 focus group discussions and 18 in-depth ...
The industry-defining alliance with AU Health, based on a managed services model, was the first ever partnership of this type in the U.S. and one of the largest in the world when it was signed in June 2013. Here are a few examples that highlight how Philips has made a difference since then to the health systems people and patient groups.. Prior to teaming with Philips, AU Health had one primary ventilator platform, and not all units were equipped with a comprehensive software package to provide all ventilation modalities. When a patients respiratory status changed for better or worse, precious minutes were wasted as respiratory therapists were forced to scramble to find and disinfect an available ventilator. Working together on this issue through our joint Technology Working Group, Philips helped AU Health update and standardize its fleet of ventilators to provide all modes of ventilation: invasive, noninvasive, and CPAP modes for neonates. This enabled Augusta University to not only reduce ...
Promising organisation version ACN s company model is center around internet marketing. With this business design, you will be rewarded based on your sales along with a team contractor. For you to make loan via ACN, you have to commit your time discovering exactly what the company is everything about. You after that reverse and commit your time training others, yet in mlm, you will certainly be awarded from training others. Mlm is much from the standard service model. There is no ACN competition in internet marketing. You exist to boost others. Your downlines success is your success also. The even more your group grow, the much more you generate income, the better the service relationship is ...
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The home run potential is that Viva provides its services to biotech developers both on a cash for service basis and, sometimes, in exchange for equity in their drug developers, that Equity for service model … so they do have cash flow and are actually profitable, and they also have that portfolio of just maybe investments in (usually extremely early stage) drug developers, though youll have to decide whether the business is growing fast enough to justify the current valuation. As of the latest interim results, they have a PE ratio of about 50 and do have order flow growth in their core business of about 59%, and they also paid a small dividend in this first period since going public (half a HK cent, so dont get too excited - if annualized to a penny a year, that would be a little less than a quarter of a percent dividend yield). They probably wont report again for three or four months.. There has been some early indication that the business is scalable, they roughly doubled their ...
Alisha Sanders, of the LeadingAge Center for Housing Plus Services maintains that Housing Plus Services models can do even more to help low-income renters manage their care and avoid using unnecessary, high-cost services.. A recent study out of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) found that hospital admissions for hypoglycemia were 27% higher for low-income people at the end of the month compared to the beginning. The rate didnt change for higher income people.. Researchers suggest this increase might occur because poorer people run out of money for food at the end of the month. Several factors can cause hypoglycemia. One of them is not eating enough ...
Currently, the occupational profile of those responsible for educational guidance (counsellors) is based on psycho-educational training in line with the functions of current educational interventions; however, an increasing call for a systemic and global epistemological perspective in educational and psychosocial situational analysis requires a rethinking of the praxis of current professional profiles and an incorporation of new approaches in the development of guiding practices. \nThis research consists of a comparative analysis of the results obtained in the academic variables found as a consequence of the application of three basic models of educational guidance: 1) the social mediation model; 2) the counselling model; and 3) the service model, delivered through programs (services-programs), developed over a three year period, distributed across three experimental groups corresponding to each of these guidance models.\nA total of N: 194 secondary school students of different ages and genders ...
through the Early Intervention Psychosis Program. What we found was that for every family who qualified under the Early Intervention Psychosis mandate, we had another four families who sought our help for loved ones with varying degrees of mental illness, including those with histories of trauma and concurrent disorders. We had the capacity to provide only brief support to these families; unfortunately, they were unable to take advantage of our family recovery programs and clinical support because of the specific mandate of our funded programming.. We thought: wouldnt it be great if we could increase our funded capacity to assist these families? Our proposed service model would include comprehensive interventions for families and their loved ones within a recovery-oriented, peer, and family-supportive environment. In November of last year, our dream became a reality when we received additional funding from the TC LHIN to do just that, and our new Family Matters Peer Support and Recovery ...
Con-Way Transportation Services model for line-haul -- the movement of freight over long distances from service center to service center for redistribution -- forces Marty Robinson into a perpetual tug-of-war between the promise of on-time overnight delivery (a non-negotiable customer expectation) and efficiency.
|p|One study suggests asset managers sticking to old sales and service models will very quickly start to fall out of favor among DC plan clients and other institutional investors. |/p|
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At present, the business model innovation has become the mainstream of enterprise innovation; logistics enterprises must carry out the business model innovation in the face of environment change. Firstly, this paper analyzes the evolution and connotation of business model and lays theoretical foundation. Secondly, it analyzes the influence of environmental change on the logistics enterprises business model. Finally, it puts forward 5 kinds of logistics enterprise business model innovation: cross-border business model, mutually beneficial business model, open business model, supply chain integration services business model and multiple platform business model. These provide a reference for the logistics enterprises to carry out the business model innovation.
A Case Study Evaluation of the Use of the Viable System Model in Information Systems Development: 10.4018/978-1-931777-18-6.ch002: This chapter considers the usefulness of the Viable System Model (VSM) in information systems (IS) projects. The VSM is a rigorous organizational model which
Taking your business model from 10 percent to 10X isnt simply about scaling. Often it requires a completely new way of looking at your business and the market it serves.. Exponential business models require exponential imagination. But it can be difficult to re-imagine your existing business if you only surface ideas from within the organization.. Some of the best ideas come from outsiders who offer fresh perspectives on how things are supposed to work. To build an exponential business model, try studying other successful and profitable business models, use a common language, make strategic choices, and identify antilogs - businesses we dont want to emulate but can learn from.. Further, to 10X your business model, you must create value by leveraging technology in at least one key building block, such as the value proposition, channels, or key resources.. Amazon, Facebook, Airbnb, Snap, and Slack are just a handful of the companies that have successfully done so. Airbnb, for example, built ...
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The Business Model Canvas, developed by Alexander Osterwalder, is a Strategic Management and Lean Startup template for developing new or documenting existing business models. The canvas is presented as a visual chart with 9 elements spanning the areas of the organizations core offering, infrastructure, customers, and finances. These 9 elements are: 1. Key Partners 2. Key Activities 3. Key Resources 4. Value Propositions 5. Customer Relationships 6. Distribution Channels 7. Customer Segments 8. Cost Structure 9. Revenue Streams This tool can be used in a collaborative setting, e.g. strategy workshop. It helps organizations align their activities by illustrating and discussing potential trade-offs in a structured manner. Business Model Canvas is a framework to literally bring everyone on the same page. Many consulting firms have developed their own canvases for specific niches, based on the principles of the Business Model Canvas. This presentation also discusses the
One third of all Australians live outside of its major cities. Access to health services and health outcomes are generally poorer in rural and remote areas relative to metropolitan areas. In order to improve access to services, many new programs and models of service delivery have been trialled since the first National Rural Health Strategy in 1994. Inadequate evaluation of these initiatives has resulted in failure to garner knowledge, which would facilitate the establishment of evidence-based service models, sustain and systematise them over time and facilitate transfer of successful programs. This is the first study to systematically review the available published literature describing innovative models of comprehensive primary health care (PHC) in rural and remote Australia since the development of the first National Rural Health Strategy (1993-2006). The study aimed to describe what health service models were reported to work, where they worked and why. A reference group of experts in rural health
A prerequisite to creating a business plan is understanding your business model. In this video were going to use a book called Business Model Generation as a starting point to explore our business model starting with our customer segments.
Emily Champagne, BSM 2020 On Wednesday, October 25, students from every school at Tulane of all Majors came together for The Business Model Canvas Workshop. Tulane has hosted its annual Business Model Competition for eighteen years, and every year, gearing up for the competition becomes more exciting. This year, to spark collaboration and interest, the…
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Medicine, Health Care Patient-centered Medical Home Model Improves… Published: November 21, 2017.Released by University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences PITTSBURGH, Nov. 20, 2017 - Data from more than 800 Veterans Health Administration (VHA) primary care clinics revealed that national implementation of a patient-centered medical home model was effective […]
The Régie régionale de la santé and des services sociaux de Montréal-Centre became involved in 1998 in a project to examine integrated services within its territory to assess the modifications in configurations of use and costs of social services and healthcare for frail elderly people attributable to the integrated system, with a view to expanding it throughout its territory or adopting the positive aspects. The demonstration project successfully implemented the clinical and organizational principles of the integrated services model, excluding responsibility for healthcare and all services for the entire frail elderly population and financial responsibility for these services.. The population targeted by the demonstration project, the methods for implementing the demonstration project, the financial and human resources invested, the choice of implementation sites, the assessment approach and the work calendar were developed and selected by the Solidage group and the Régie régionale in ...
Findings show that using community participation can lead to designing new service models that fit within existing budgets and address local aspirations and healthcare priorities.. Participant communities were similar on dimensions of rurality, health status, aspirations and health priorities. They proposed a consistent set of requirements for remote Scottish primary healthcare. These were: resident practitioner(s), expert emergency triage, monitoring and anticipatory care of vulnerable people, community volunteering for health improvement, and leadership of community (health) volunteering.. Despite community similarities, community participation led to different service designs for three communities and one community did not participate at the final service design stage. These diverse outcomes suggest the influence of local contextual factors. This implies that different communities do want different things so suggesting the same standard model for all, apparently alike, rural communities is ...
Evaluation in design processes means to assess a wide range of ideas against the goals and constrains of project in order to decide upon the most appropriate final concept [20]. Four types of evaluation were observed in this study: staff input, piloting, rapid improvement, and public consultation. New service development and service integration projects usually started with capturing staffs concerns on new service models proposed in policy documents. Then, small-scale and short-term piloting was carried out. Service improvement projects had rapid improvement in which new ideas were quickly tested, adjusted and implemented into practice. Service closure projects had staff and public consultation as a formal mechanism for gaining input from affected stakeholders.. The focus of the evaluation methods seen in this study, mainly use some form of controlled implementation. This is in line with a common approach to service development in healthcare organisations, Plan-Do-Study-Act [36]. While this is ...
The NHS 2012 Programme does not have a pan-London strategy for mental health planning for the Games. Modelling specific to mental health service demand has not been conducted. Prima facie this may not be imprudent, as data from previous Olympics do not suggest there will be a substantial rise in demand for mental health services. There may even be a decrease. However, the lack of data may be more reflective of monitoring practices, priorities in health surveillance systems or variations in service models resulting in people with mental illness being less likely to access or be referred to services.. Difficulty in estimating visitor numbers to the Games adds further uncertainty. Modelling by the Office for National Statistics suggests there will be an additional 510 000 visitors in London each day during the Games period.3 This projection needs to be cautioned, as predictions for visitor numbers for previous games have been unreliable. Post hoc estimates of visitor numbers show large variations ...
Project Summary. Human aging is a challenge for many health care systems. For instance, while we observe a breath taking surge of chronic diseases in many countries we also observe that health care systems are surprisingly ill-equipped to answer to this challenge. This project proposes that health care providers can explore the disruptive potential of information technology to improve care delivery by pooling information technology with business models, which are adapted to the idiosyncrasies of health care. ...
Of the many service models that might deliver antidementia drug treatments, most are likely to be clinic-based. To our knowledge, this is the first description of a service that employs experienced nursing staff solely to ensure the effective drug treatment of dementia and which delivers the intervention in patients homes. The benefits of a home-based service are considerable; the most obvious is the combination of enhanced convenience for patients and reduced non-attendance rates (Anderson & Aquilina, 2002). The tasks delegated to the specialist nurses enabled the sharing of a large workload, which may have otherwise significantly prolonged patient waiting lists. We believe that employing experienced community nurses benefits both patients and other members of the services. The CATS nurses provide continuity in assessment and have an important pastoral and practical role in directing patients and carers towards appropriate services. Using these common and comprehensive response measures makes ...
Delving Into the Business Model: 10.4018/978-1-5225-4978-9.ch004: Firms competing in a globalized economic world must design value-creating strategies to achieve leadership. Corporations that wish to accomplish this goal go
One of the hardest things to do as a consultant is to figure out how much to charge for your services. And we spent over half of our three hour course talking about this.. The first way to figure out how much to charge can be called cost-plus.. You decide how much money you need, how much time youre likely going to work to earn it, and divide to get a daily or hourly rate. They you add an amount you think that you can get on the market, and at the end of the year, this is your companys profit. Profit is handy, since its what allows you to grow - to hire new people, take on new projects, and maybe move from consulting to a product-based business model.. A well-known rule of thumb (which Stephen Walli recently restated to me) is that a successful consultant will bill roughly 50% of the available time in a year. Some years will be worse, some years will be better. But between looking for new clients, down time between projects, and handling everything that you need to do when youre at the head ...
Shared Services is an innovative approach to strengthen the child care industry by helping providers share costs and deliver services in a more streamlined and efficient way.. A three-year grant will allow First Steps Kent to pilot a Shared Services model to offer more support and back-end services to childcare centers and family homes. The expenses and time associated with running a childcare business force many providers out of the industry. Research shows easing those burdens helps stabilize the pool of providers, giving families more options ...
I have seen many disparate data points recently that when looked at holistically show how the free to play business model needs to evolve from relying on in-app purchases. While previously a strong in-game economy that generated significant revenue from in-app purchases was sufficient to create large profits for successful games, changes in the economics…
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Learn - Idea - Build - Code - Measure - Data. Business Model Canvas. 1. Who do you serve ,- specific, self-referencing. 2. What problem do you solve? Value proposition. 3. How do people find you? Channels. 4. What types of relationships do you have w/customers?. 5. How do you get paid ? Revenue streams. 6. What things do you do? Key activities. 7. What resources do you need? key resources. 8. What else do you need? key partners. 9. What does it cost to operate this model? -, key levers, not all costs; Cost structure. ...
This Best Practices, LLC study uncovers new business models that address which survival traits characterize health, resilience and longevity in a biopharma company.
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Theres no shortage of hype when it comes to the Internet of Things. But many companies discover that getting projects up and running is hard work. In such instances, its worth remembering the Internet of Things is not the goal in itself: its a means of creating new business models and applications that will deliver high value for customers and employees alike.
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The document describes examples of missions, visions and strategies based on the potentialpiloting models defined in report 3.2. It is based on status of interest amongst thestakeholders, and the information, figures and challenges which were discussed in the reportD 2.1 Stakeholder interests. The different service models will request different missionsdepending on the stakeholder in charge of the model. Also visions and strategies could bedifferent depending on the composition of services (core business) offered within each pilot aswell as the additional services offered by sub suppliers and the network connected to the pilot.In the report D2.1 Stakeholders interests, the following 5 different piloting models aresuggested:Type 1 Joint venture of industry, retailers and contractorsType 2 Joint venture of construction/renovation, industry and architect/engineering companiesType 3 Complementary businesses expand their business into renovationType 4 Joint venture of type house producer, bank and ...
A first-ever comprehensive peer-reviewed study confirms the room service model of patient food service improves nutritional intake, patient satisfaction scores.
Caring for the Carer: implementing a comprehensive support service model for family caregivers looking after persons with age-related macular degeneration.We are seeking to undertake research into improving the emotional wellbeing and coping among family carers of people with age-related macular degeneration (AMD). We are specifically interested in empowering family carers
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Information Technology (IT) is widely used in organizations and managers continue to struggle with how to govern IT. IT governance concerns the decision rights and division of responsibilities to achieve value from IT investments. Any IT governance approach is incorporated into a given organizational structure. However in the particular context of public organizations, there is little research on IT organizational structure relationship with IT governance performance. In this research, a case study is done in a public organization to find out how suitable is the organizational structure of the IT department is in relation with the IT governance performance. The results reveal that the IT department organizational structure needs to suit the IT governance performance desired outcomes. In this case, operating as a public organization has actuated the organization to focus on IT governance outcome of effective use of IT for growth. This together with the IT governance archetypes of this public ...
An industry report describes big changes for partners under a Software as a Service model, but nettlesome compensation issues still remain.
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In the piece about baby boomers reinventing old age, wealth doesnt come into it, the author, Dr Alexandre Kalache, apparently assuming that all baby boomers are well off. What was good about it was the discussion, which included several different strands, some very positive, some more realistic about growing old in todays world. Even the Age Friendly project, to do with making our cities - in this case London - a better place for its older citizens, came under fire in the Comments section, mainly for its intention to build the network using for its model the one they are familiar with - Children and Youth services. Im sure Dr Kalache would be appalled to know that the Child/Youth Services model was the one being proposed here in London, and furthemore, that it was not being discussed with the older people attending the Task Force meeting, thus not enabling the baby boomers to reinvent themselves. The concept seemed to be simply slipped in, under the communications section, instead of ...
The last few years have been very much about the trading desks, said Ritu Trivedi, managing director for digital marketplace at MediaVest USA. The skill set existed at the holding company level. The client wasnt participating as much. They were listening about it but it was still very tactical. Maybe there was a digital client that would spark at that. To me, its definitely prime time now.. Trivedi expects to see more brands make big programmatic commitments and sign contracts directly with demand-side platforms (DSPs), even when their agencies are most directly involved in managing the software.. In the coming months, many sources agree, dozens of global brands will take a closer look at their programmatic strategy.. Its still unclear how that process will play out and what the preferred service models will look like. Is there still a place for the centralized holding company trading desk? Will programmatic capabilities be more tightly integrated at the media agency level? Will marketers ...
Redhead, J.W., Stratford, C., Sharps, K., Jones, L., Ziv, G., Clarke, D., Oliver, T.H. & Bullock, J.M. (2016) Empirical validation of the InVEST water yield ecosystem service model at a national scale. Science of the Total Environment, 569, 1418-1426 ...
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There is considerable room for exploration in defining what the new possibility space of personalized, self-defined, emergent economic systems might comprise. Opening up economic systems could have different stages and phases. The first position could be having the same structure of current economic systems, but opening up the parties, interaction types, and business models. The idea of decentralized reddit is an example of one such first position. It is still the same Internet pipes, providing the same news items to consumers. What could be different is the hosting, pricing, and business model. The web property reddit could be hosted in a decentralized manner, p2p-hosted by community peers, as opposed to being centrally-served by the company, reddit, Inc. Once the content is hosted by peers, the business model too can change. Instead of indirect advertising-supported centralized models coordinating the serving of eyeballs to vendors, direct pay-for-consumption or freely-contributed content ...
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Schein, Edgar H. Organizational culture and leadership. Vol. 2. John Wiley & Sons, 2010. Huber, George P. "Organizational ... "Technological discontinuities and dominant designs: A cyclical model of technological change." Administrative science quarterly ... organizational environments, and organizational evolution. He is also co-founder and director of Change-Logic, a consulting ... He is known for his early work on organizational design with David A. Nadler, and later work on disruptive innovation, ...
Organizational Behavior and Human Performance. Fiedler, Fred E. (1964). "A Contingency Model of Leadership Effectiveness". ... The task-relationship model is defined by Forsyth as "a descriptive model of leadership which maintains that most leadership ... The Fiedler contingency model argues that three situational components can determine whether task-oriented or relationship- ... The Blake Mouton Managerial Grid, also known as managerial grid model, serves as a framework to determine how one can balance ...
Single-neuron modeling[edit]. Main article: Biological neuron models. Even single neurons have complex biophysical ... The brain's large-scale organizational principles are illuminated by many fields, including biology, psychology, and clinical ... Earlier models of memory are primarily based on the postulates of Hebbian learning. Biologically relevant models such as ... Lapicque introduced the integrate and fire model of the neuron in a seminal article published in 1907.[16] This model is still ...
Unions are also delineated by the service model and the organizing model. The service model union focuses more on maintaining ... Low financial and organisational capacity caused by declining membership adds to the problem of interest definition, ... This model was said to be found in EU core countries such as Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Italy, and it is ... Moderate New Model Unions dominated the union movement from the mid-19th century and where trade unionism was stronger than the ...
Liao, Xingmiu; Tsai, Wen-Hsuan (2019). "Clientelistic State Corporatism: The United Front Model of "Pairing-Up" in the Xi ... Reform & Organizational Structure Office. *Int'l Military Cooperation Office. *Audit Office. *Offices Administration Agency ...
... but it originally meant to represent wholeness and a model for the organizational structure of life itself, a cosmic diagram ... Main articles: Mandala (political model), Greater India, and Indosphere. The Rajamandala (or Raja-mandala; circle of states) ... This mandala is generally structured according to the model of the universe as taught in a Buddhist classic text the Abhidharma ...
Hierarchical linear modeling in organizational research: Longitudinal data outside the context of growth modeling. ... Job demands-resources model[edit]. An alternative model, the job demands-resources (JD-R) model,[63] grew out of the DCS model ... Demand-control-support model[edit]. The most influential model in OHP research has been the original demand-control model.[1] ... Effort-reward imbalance model[edit]. After the DCS model, the, perhaps, second most influential model in OHP research has been ...
They come in a variety of forms, from road and track racing models to off-road types modelled after mountain bikes. While ... This includes both physical adaption of the built environment and adaption of organizational and social structures and ... On most models the outer, smaller rim, is connected to the wheel on the opposite side by an inner concentric axle. When both ... Many rigid models are now made with ultralight materials such as aircraft-grade aluminium and titanium, and wheelchairs of ...
The 31st flew the single seat Convair F-102 Delta Dagger, which, like the later model F-89s of the 445th, was equipped with ... The CTF is an organizational construct that brings together the government developmental test and evaluation personnel (i.e., ... Other projects of the 412th included XF-35A Lightning II and Boeing X-32, competing models for the Joint Strike Fighter program ... software and components as well as modeling and simulation for the USAF. It is also the host wing for Edwards Air Force Base, ...
... or other organizational customers to stimulate immediate sales. These efforts can attempt to stimulate product interest, trial ...
Data was used to infer genetic ancestry in Brazilians with an admixture model. Pairwise estimates of F(st) among the five ... which gives great organizational autonomy to sub-national governments (27 states and 5,546 municipalities) in organizing their ...
Organizational structure[edit]. While there is no one correct model for deploying SRM at an organizational level, there are ... "Global Business and Organizational Excellence. 27 (3): 21-37. doi:10.1002/joe.20201.. ... The SRM office and supply chain function are typically responsible for defining the SRM governance model, which includes a ... but also a face-off model connecting personnel in engineering, procurement, operations, quality and logistics with their ...
Currency Crises Models.. • Kaminsky, Graciela Laura. Currency Crises.. • Calomiris, Charles W. Banking Crises.. ... Among contemporary systems at different ends of the organizational spectrum are socialist systems and capitalist systems, in ... General models and implications for the Muslim world. With Almas Heshmati and Hichem Karoui (1st ed.). Nova Science Publishers ... "Models and Reality in Economics. Edward Elgar. ISBN 978-1-85898-575-6. .. • Friedman (1953), pp. 14-15, 22, 31. • Boland, ...
At the age of 88 Bullock re-established a modeling study on nerve-nets, and built a model that accurately predicted the input- ... examining the physiology and evolution of the nervous system across organizational levels, and as a champion of the comparative ... him to be one of the first experimentalists to understand the value and importance of computational techniques for modeling and ...
... using the linear no-threshold model (LNT). Sex, age, race, culture, occupation, class, location, and simultaneous exposure to ... and Organizational Deviance, 1951-1962" ...
The Jefferson Science Fellows Program was established in 2003 by the DoS to establish a new model for engaging the American ...
1 - Personality Theories and Models. Los Angeles, CA: Sage. ISBN 978-1-4129-4651-3[page needed] ... The Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego 2001.. ... Jung's typological model regards psychological type as similar to left or right handedness: people are either born with, or ... McCrae and Costa based their Five Factor Model (FFM) on Goldberg's Big Five theory.[34] McCrae and Costa[35] present ...
Unions are also delineated by the service model and the organizing model. The service model union focuses more on maintaining ... Low financial and organisational capacity[disambiguation needed] caused by declining membership adds to the problem of interest ... Companies that employ workers with a union generally operate on one of several models: *A closed shop (US) or a "pre-entry ... This model was said to be found in EU core countries such as Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Italy, and it is ...
Gender role socialization relies on modeling and reinforcement - girls and women learn and internalize socially expected and ... "Description and Prescription: How Gender Stereotypes Prevent Women's Ascent Up the Organizational Ladder". Journal of Social ...
Tversky, A.; Kahneman, D. (1991). "Loss Aversion in Riskless Choice: A Reference Dependent Model". Quarterly Journal of ... "All frames are not created equal: A typology and critical analysis of framing effects." Organizational behavior and human ... Dawes, J. (2004). "Price Changes and Defection Levels in a Subscription-type Market: Can an Estimation Model Really Predict ... "A Model of Reference-Dependent Preferences". The Quarterly Journal of Economics. 121 (4): 1133-1165. CiteSeerX ...
After 1870 the Nightingale model of professional training of nurses was widely copied. Linda Richards (1841 - 1930) studied in ... Johns Hopkins originated several modern organizational practices, including residency and rounds. ... By the 18th century, Colonial physicians, following the models in England and Scotland, introduced modern medicine to the ...
Ziana Zain, Malaysian international artist, model, actress. *Katherine Lee, American flight attendant famous for her finger wag ... Individual and Organizational Perspectives on Emotion Management and Display, Research on Emotion in Organizations, 2, Emerald ... dating back to the 14th century and the civilian United States Merchant Marine on which US aviation is somewhat modelled. Due ...
Analyzing the circuit using Kirchhoff's circuit laws, the dynamics of Chua's circuit can be accurately modeled by means of a ... In this case a chaotic attractor in mathematical model can be obtained numerically, with relative ease, by standard ... The easy experimental implementation of the circuit, combined with the existence of a simple and accurate theoretical model, ... Chaos theory in organizational development. *Complexity. *Edge of chaos. *Predictability. *Santa Fe Institute ...
Empirical model of authentic leadership[edit]. Although the concept of authentic leadership as an actionable model is ... Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 15, 16-29. *^ a b c Rego, A., Vitória, A. Magalhães, A., Ribeiro, N., & e ... Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 15, 227-240. *^ Walumbwa, F. O., Wang, P., Wang, H., Schaubroeck, J., & ... The academic model that has been developed over the years since the publishing of True North[12] has largely resulted from the ...
Unlike purely social-democratic states in Europe, the Nordic model that Iceland adopted borrows aspects of both a social- ... welfare model, it is also heavily reliant on free trade and markets.[28] The country relies on an open capitalistic market for ... Iceland not only sees high government involvement in providing social welfare and amenities as with the social-democratic model ... "The Nordic Model". Retrieved 2018-05-03.. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link ...
These data and models have gradually been made available to the public in a way that encourages reuse,[53] whereas the recent ... and this is visible in the organizational structures that exist, as the network evolves. Physical space for its headquarters is ... The World Bank collects and processes large amounts of data and generates them on the basis of economic models. ... Now, developing countries have an increased voice in the "Pool Model", backed especially by Europe. Additionally, voting power ...
IS-LM model. *Measures of national income and output. *Monetary policy. *Money ...
Levelt, Willem J. M. (1999). "Models of word production". Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 3 (6): 223-32. doi:10.1016/s1364-6613( ... The classical or Wernicke-Geschwind model of the language system in the brain focuses on Broca's area in the inferior ... Kertesz, A. (2005). "Wernicke-Geschwind Model". In L. Nadel, Encyclopedia of cognitive science. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. ... Modern models of the neurological systems behind linguistic comprehension and production recognize the importance of Broca's ...
... the diathesis-stress model focused on increased vulnerability to negative influences.[6] However, the differential ...
The school of medicine for women followed a French model. The first two years of training provided Arabic literacy in order to ... A large part of Ali's goal of a European-style military was through the creation of new labelling and organizational systems to ... Ali also granted Barthélemy Prosper Enfantin permission to build technical schools modeled after the Ecole Polytechnique.[22] ...
As experimental models[edit]. The locust is large and easy to breed and rear, and is used as an experimental model in research ... The technology to control locust populations is now available, but the organisational, financial, and political problems may be ... Kellogg, Elizabeth A.; Shaffer, H. Bradley (1993). "Model Organisms in Evolutionary Studies". Systematic Biology. 42 (4): 409- ... A Novel Model for Assessing Vertebrate Brain Uptake". Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 346 (2): 211-218. ...
The key problem in the formalization and modeling of knowledge economy is a vague definition of knowledge, which is a rather ... and organizational solutions.[18] According to the World Bank Institute's definition, such innovation would further enable the ... Their use depends on individual and group preferences (see the cognitive IPK model) which are "economy-dependent".[13] ... and use of ICTs and harness their organizational changes to be in line with the Millennium Development Goals. The report ...
The ultimate aim of the program is to improve the organizational health of participating employers and certified trainers, with ... and environmental changes is an important part of organizational change. Organizational and culture change involves all levels ... Workplace Health Modelplus icon *Control Health Care Costsplus icon *Increase Productivity ... The results of this organizational and culture change include engaged and empowered employees, an impact on health care costs, ...
The ultimate aim of the program is to improve the organizational health of participating employers and certified trainers, with ... Workplace Health Modelplus icon *Control Health Care Costsplus icon *Increase Productivity ... Such a situation can compromise trust between the employer and employee and risk reducing morale and organizational reputation. ...
Integrative model diagram, DesignShare P.131. The project-based learning model is a model that supports students "learning by ... School organizational models are methods of structuring the curriculum, functions, and facilities for schools, colleges, and ... The organizational models of schools fall into several main categories, including: departmental, integrative, project-based, ... Project-based learning model: plan diagram, P. 139 and P. 141 The Academy model is an organization that includes specific ...
... is to thoroughly examine the organizational dimension of business model innovation. Drawing on organizational theory and ... Yet, business model innovation is also a massive organizational change process that challenges existing processes, structures ... and other aspects of organizational structure and control should be designed to support the business model the firm chooses. ... the contributors specifically highlight organizational design aspects of business model innovation, focusing on how reward ...
Organizational modeling is concerned with analyzing and understanding the organizational context within which a software system ... Organizational modeling is concerned with analyzing and understanding the organizational context within which a software system ... organizational patterns motivated by organizational theories intended to facilitate the construction of organizational models. ... "Patterns for Organizational Modeling." In Strategic Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, ed. ...
Organizational culture drives compliance and culture is transmitted and reinforced by communications through multiple channels ... Modeling the Message: Communicating Compliance Through Organizational Values and Culture. Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, ... Killingsworth, Scott, Modeling the Message: Communicating Compliance Through Organizational Values and Culture (October 1, 2012 ... The Best Leadership Model for Organizational Change Management: Transformational Verses Servant Leadership ...
The book reflects on what it might take for such a model to be realized in contemporary, Western organizations, highlighting ... Ethics and Organizational Leadership: Developing a Normative Model. Mick Fryer. Abstract. Much has been written about ... The book reflects on what it might take for such a model to be realized in contemporary, Western organizations, highlighting ...
The panel also examined models of learning as frameworks within which to build specific behavioral models. These models of ... In addition to presenting an approach to modeling methodology, including both model development and model validation, the ... Modeling Human and Organizational Behavior: Application to Military Simulations (1998) Chapter: 1 Introduction. ... There is an enormous gap between the current state of the art in human and organizational modeling technology on the one hand ...
Inter-Organisational Knowledge Transfer Process Model: 10.4018/978-1-59140-556-6.ch043: Knowledge management (KM) is an ... "Inter-Organisational Knowledge Transfer Process Model." Encyclopedia of Communities of Practice in Information and Knowledge ... "Inter-Organisational Knowledge Transfer Process Model." In Encyclopedia of Communities of Practice in Information and Knowledge ... Inter-Organisational Knowledge Transfer Process Model. Shizhong Chen (University of Luton, UK), Yanqing Duan (University of ...
Canadian Cancer Care: Organizational Models JAMES J. RUSTHOVEN, M.D. F.R.C.P.(C); HAROLD WODINSKY, M.A., M.H.Sc.; DAVID OSOBA, ... Two basic models of cancer care organization in the community presently exist in Canada: one stresses the extension of ... RUSTHOVEN JJ, WODINSKY H, OSOBA D. Canadian Cancer Care: Organizational Models. Ann Intern Med. 1986;105:932-936. doi: https:// ... but efforts have been made to find newer outreach models that will better serve certain communities in that province. ...
Modeling Human and Organizational Behavior: Application to Military Simulations (1998) Chapter: 9 Behavior Moderators. ... Models Based on Case-Based Reasoning. An approach similar to that used for models based on expert systems can be used to ... Modeling Human and Organizational Behavior: Application to Military Simulations Get This Book × ... Modeling Human and Organizational Behavior: Application to Military Simulations. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. ...
Confirmatory factor analysis with structural equation modeling was adopted to validate the hypothesized research model. RESULTS ... Accordingly, this study aims to propose a research model that explains construction worker risk-taking behavior. A total of 188 ...
A key challenge in neuroscience research is identifying organizational principles of how the brain integrates sensory ... Neuronal Network 3-D Models Reveal Organizational Principles Of Sensory Cortex. By News Staff , May 9th 2015 08:30 AM , Print ... The resultant model has now provided unprecedented insight into how neurons within and across the elementary functional units ... A key challenge in neuroscience research is identifying organizational principles of how the brain integrates sensory ...
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Enterprise and Organizational Modeling and ... Enterprise and Organizational Modeling and Simulation. Book Subtitle. 11th International Workshop, EOMAS 2015, Held at CAiSE ... Enterprise and Organizational Modeling and Simulation. 11th International Workshop, EOMAS 2015, Held at CAiSE 2015, Stockholm, ... This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Enterprise and Organizational Modeling and ...
Integrated Health Systems and Organizational Models Conference scheduled on June 28-29, 2021 in June 2021 in Istanbul is for ... Collaborative Care, Integrated Health Systems and Organizational Models. ICCCIHSOM 2021: 15. International Conference on ... International Conference on Collaborative Care, Integrated Health Systems and Organizational Models aims to bring together ... Integrated Health Systems and Organizational Models. A number of selected high-impact full text papers will also be considered ...
A model will be developed to predict the biological relevance of the observed changes in GEPs. By identifying the systemic ... The proposed methods will be applied to a set of model and test compounds for a set of target genes. Once the methods have ... Thus, we will establish a general model system that can be used in the assessment of single chemical and complex mixture ... Induced Changes in Gene Expression Patterns Along the HPG-axis at Different Organizational Levels Using a Small Animal Model ( ...
... and standards for meeting intended organisational goals. This study contributes to organisational semiotics research by ... Despite some discussions on control activities in the organisational semiotics literature, less attention has been paid to ... Process controls help to implement required organisational constraints as regulatory norms that enforce established rules, ... Web modelling language (WebML), and higher education admission process. ...
Developing and Testing a Model to Predict Outcomes of Organizational Change David H. Gustafson, François Sainfort, Mary Eichler ... A Bayesian model was developed to estimate probability of successful change using subjective estimates of likelihood ratios and ... For the model development, experts subjective assessments were elicited using an integrative group process. For the validation ... A subjective Bayesian model was effective in predicting the outcome of actual improvement projects. Additional prospective ...
... and organizational outcomes of interest. It suggests that the garbage can model is alive and kicking at forty. ... This research varies with respect to decision making characteristics addressed, model extensions and integrations proposed, ... This volume illustrates the broad range of research based on the garbage can model of organizational choice. ... The Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice: Looking Forward at Forty. "A Garbage Can Model" At Forty: A Solution that Still ...
Evaluation of the organizational model of primary care in Turkey: a survey-based pilot project in two provinces of Turkey.. ... Kringos, D.S., Boerma, W.G.W., Spaan, E., Pellny, M., Karakaya, K. Evaluation of the organizational model of primary care in ...
In the conceptual model guiding the present research, organizational commitment is considered to have three components. The ... Three studies were conducted to test aspects of this three-component model of organizational commitment.;Study I was conducted ... Results of multiple regression analyses were generally in accordance with the models predictions. Scores on the ACS were best ... Because organizational commitment has been conceptualized and measured in various ways, research examining it has produced a ...
Organizational characteristics were analyzed descriptively, while organizational models were identified by multiple ... Further research examining the influences of these organizational characteristics and models on outcomes such as ... Four organizational models were identified: 1) solo practice, 2) middle-scale multiprovider, 3) large-scale multiprovider and 4 ... explore the existence of a taxonomy of organizational models. This was a cross-sectional quantitative survey of 236 randomly- ...
... business models and risk management from FINANCE 280 at IMSciences. Organizational strategy, business models and risk ... Organizational strategy, business models and risk.... This preview shows document pages 1 - 8. Sign up to view the full ... 6 Organizational Strategy, Business Models, and Risk Management As we mentioned in Ch ... Unformatted text preview: Organizational strategy, business models and risk management Week5 Introduction • As discussed in the ...
... ... The objective of this study is to assess feasibility of the organizational model for further evaluation in a RCT. ... We previously reported a patient centered organizational model aiming to improve quality and coordination of care for complex ... Evaluation of a patient-centered organizational model for multimorbidity in general practice in Denmark - a feasibility study. ...
Model 3: The Autocracy Model. Another special case of the weighted probability model is the autocracy model. This is a "key- ... Model 6: The Minimum Endorsement Model-Unanimity Rule. The unanimity model is a second version of the minimum endorsement model ... Model 2: The Equiprobability Model. The equiprobability model is a special case of the weighted probability model. Each ... Model 4: The Voting Model. The voting model does not include a weighting factor for buying center members. It states that the ...
The drunken self : the five-factor model as an organizational framework for charcterizing ones own drunkenness. Winograd, ... ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT REQUEST OF AUTHOR.] This study evaluated the use of the Five-Factor Model ( ... FFM) as an organizational framework for understanding self-perceptions of drunkenness (i.e. individual changes in mood, affect ...
Therefore, a model was designed to improve the organizational structure of MRDs in hospitals in Iran. The suggested model was ... The Suggested Model. According to the findings, it seems that the current organizational structure of the MRDs in hospitals in ... A New Model for the Organizational Structure of the Medical Records Department at Hospitals in Iran. ... In order to provide a good organizational structure model for medical record departments in hospitals in Iran, three developed ...
... The ... organizational experience and avoidance of driver error. From the model, the variation trend of the dynamic processes can be ... Thus, this paper propose a system dynamics (SD)-based model to construct the operational feedback mechanisms of the automatic ... Three key factors (the safety policy, delay time for organizational experience, and resource assignment coefficient), are ...
In terms of barriers, the role model site was struggling with a competing priority for time and attention at the organizational ... Role Model Site CMI: The role model site described a concern that their CMI did not reflect their level of patient acuity. ... Role model case. Qualitative data showed that the role model site had been deliberatively and strategically building the ... Institutionalizing evidence-based practice: an organizational case study using a model of strategic change. ...
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  • Organizational culture drives compliance and culture is transmitted and reinforced by communications through multiple channels, notably including the observation by employees of management behavior. (
  • The Panel on Modeling Human Behavior and Command Decision Making: Representations for Military Simulations was formed by the National Research Council in response to a request from the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (DMSO). (
  • The charge to the panel was to review the state of the art in human behavior representation as applied to military simulations, with emphasis on the challenging areas of cognitive, team, and organizational behavior. (
  • This report represents the findings of an 18-month study in which the panel, working within the context of the requirements established for military simulations, reviewed and assessed the processes and effects of human behavior at the individual, unit, and command levels to determine what is required to move the application of these kinds of models from their current, limited state to the inclusion of realistic human and organizational behavior. (
  • In the first phase of the study, several panel members attended workshops and conferences sponsored by DMSO and the Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Command (STRICOM) at which leading military contractors described their efforts to model human behavior for a variety of military simulations. (
  • During the second phase of the study, the panel held more extensive discussions with military modelers and others involved in human and organizational modeling and, taking advantage of the expertise within its membership, explored the scientific domain of human behavior to identify those areas in the literature that are pertinent to military modeling problems. (
  • The panel conducted a thorough review and analysis of selected theoretical and applied research on human behavior modeling as it applies to the military context at the individual, unit, and command levels. (
  • Our focus was on the technology and knowledge available for developing useful and usable models of human behavior, from the individual combatant to the highest levels of command and control. (
  • Previous chapters have reviewed the current state of the science and state of computational modeling regarding various human characteristics with a view to identifying ways in which models of human behavior in military simulations could be made more realistic and therefore more useful. (
  • Until sufficient information about the structure and function of these variables is obtained, one approach is to introduce them by assigning values to parameters of various behavior models on the basis of informed judgment. (
  • In this regard, she was among the first to see the potential contribution of empirical data on soldier behavior under stress conditions to the development of a computational model of human behavior under battlefield conditions. (
  • Accordingly, this study aims to propose a research model that explains construction worker risk-taking behavior. (
  • A key challenge in neuroscience research is identifying organizational principles of how the brain integrates sensory information from its environment to generate behavior. (
  • This study evaluated the use of the Five-Factor Model (FFM) as an organizational framework for understanding self-perceptions of drunkenness (i.e. individual changes in mood, affect, and behavior associated with intoxication). (
  • There are occasions when organizations are expected (or think they are expected) to produce behavior that can be called a A Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice. (
  • [2] Agent-based modeling is related to, but distinct from, the concept of multi-agent systems or multi-agent simulation in that the goal of ABM is to search for explanatory insight into the collective behavior of agents obeying simple rules, typically in natural systems, rather than in designing agents or solving specific practical or engineering problems. (
  • Examples include fostering healthy workplace environments, increasing productivity, improving morale, what constitutes effective training and professional development, psychology research methods, and the essentials of organizational behavior. (
  • The model suggests explanations for several aspects of corporate financing behavior, including the tendency to rely on internal sources of funds, and to prefer debt to equity if external financing is required. (
  • Employees' positive organizational behavior (POB) is not only to promote organizational function but also improve individual and organizational performance. (
  • In study 1, a total of 2,566 employees from 45 manufacturing enterprises completed paper-and-pencil questionnaires assessing organizational justice (OJ) and positive organizational behavior (POB) of employees. (
  • The results of study 2 suggested that OJ had significant effects on POB and negative organizational behavior (NOB). (
  • Therefore, the study of employees' positive organizational behavior (POB) is attracting more and more attention. (
  • Luthans (2002a , b ) introduced the theory of positive psychology to the field of organizational behavior, and defined POB as "the study and application of positively oriented human resource strengths and psychological capacities that can be measured, developed, and effectively managed for performance improvement in today's workplace" (2003, p. 179). (
  • Based on the Chinese cultural background, ( Pan, 2008 ), and Pan and Qin (2009) defined POB as organizational behavior of employees which are beneficial to organizations. (
  • In the following analysis this writer will compare the eight steps for successful large scale change in an organization outlined in the book, The Heart of Change, with those discussed in the scientifically validated text Organizational Behavior and Management, by Ivancevich, Konopaske, and Matteson, (2011). (
  • I chose the transtheoretical model as my theory to help my behavior change. (
  • College Essay: Organizational behavior assignment list of writers! (
  • Ruohotie-lyhty 2007 assignment organizational behavior has shown in table 23. (
  • In the 21st century, organizational theorists such as Lim, Griffiths, and Sambrook (2010) are once again proposing that organizational structure development is very much dependent on the expression of the strategies and behavior of the management and the workers as constrained by the power distribution between them, and influenced by their environment and the outcome. (
  • Multi-Level Issues in Organizational Behavior and Processes" is Volume 3 of "Research in Multi-Level Issues", an annual series that provides an outlet for the discussion of multi-level problems and solutions across a variety of fields of study. (
  • Similar to Volumes 1 and 2, this volume, Volume 3, contains five major essays with commentaries and rebuttals that cover a range of topics, but in the realms of organizational behavior and processes. (
  • The Process Approach to Multi-Level Organizational Behavior. (
  • A linear instability analysis of the equations indicates that, for self-organizational behavior to be possible, agate crystallization must take place from an initial medium having silica concentration ≥ 1 g SiO 2 /cm 3 . (
  • Most econometric analyses of evaluation models motivate identifying assumptions using models of individual behavior. (
  • The eight models reviewed are the theory of reasoned action, the technology acceptance model, the motivational model, the theory of planned behavior, a model combining the technology acceptance model and the theory of planned behavior, the model of PC utilization, the innovation diffusion theory, and the social cognitive theory. (
  • Organizational Behavior is the study of individual behavior and group dynamics in organizations. (
  • extraversion (assertiveness), agreeableness (cooperative), conscientiousness (dependable), emotional stability (self-confident), and openness to experience (curious), make up the basic framework as a model of behavior in the workplace. (
  • The core assumptions of the Health Belief Model (HBM) are based on the premise that a person will develop a health behavior and is willing to take action to avoid the occurrence of the disease. (
  • Organizational and culture change involves all levels of the organization and establishes the workplace health program as a routine part of business operations aligned with overall business goals. (
  • The departmental model is an organization where the departments and faculties of different academic subjects are separate and distinct. (
  • This is a traditional form of organization with an emphasis on traditional classroom forms and organizations that has been the dominant organizing model of high or secondary schools, colleges, and universities since the late 19th and early 20th century. (
  • Master's School Building - traditional plan school The integrative model is an interdisciplinary organization that combines, rather than separates, academic subjects, faculties, and disciplines. (
  • Project-based learning model: plan diagram, P. 139 and P. 141 The Academy model is an organization that includes specific themes or grades-based organizational groupings within a single institution. (
  • Two basic models of cancer care organization in the community presently exist in Canada: one stresses the extension of resources outward to the community from major cancer centres, and the other stresses the support of already established resources in the community. (
  • The one-to-one correspondence between a facial whisker and a cortical column renders the rodent vibrissal system as an ideal model to investigate the structural and functional organization of cortical columns. (
  • Modeling Formal and Informal Ties Within an Organization: A Multiple Model Integration. (
  • The are suppose to test the business model and also evaluate the performance of the organization on the defined performance indicators i.e. (
  • This model represents the current norm for industrial marketing research studies, i.e., that one individual's preferences represent those of the buying organization. (
  • 2-3 Since the medical record department (or health information management [HIM] department) is responsible for quality information throughout the healthcare organization, effective organizational structure of this department to best meet this objective is a necessary professional goal of the healthcare organization. (
  • Situational analysis of the specifications of organizational structures pertaining to medical record departments in Iran was carried out in all 530 hospitals covered by 40 universities of medical sciences through a review of records and documents related to hospital organization at the Iranian Management and Planning Organization and the Iranian Management Development and Administrative Reform Center of the Ministry of Health and Medical Education. (
  • Thus, this paper propose a system dynamics (SD)-based model to construct the operational feedback mechanisms of the automatic metro through investigation, interview, and empirical analysis of the Beijing and Shanghai metro systems, covering the aspects of organization resource assignment, organizational experience and avoidance of driver error. (
  • A model of decision making in an organized anarchy, i.e a very loosely structured organization. (
  • In addition, organizational culture may affect how much employees identify with an organization . (
  • Elaborating on the work in The Changing Culture of a Factory Dr. Elliott Jaques in his concept of requisite organization established the list of valued entitlements or organizational values that can gain from people their full commitment. (
  • Organizational culture refers to culture in any type of organization including that of schools, universities, not-for-profit groups, government agencies, or business entities. (
  • [2] Organizational structure can also be considered as the viewing glass or perspective through which individuals see their organization and its environment. (
  • Organizational effectiveness is the concept of how effective an organization is in achieving the outcomes the organization intends to produce. (
  • For example, while most nonprofit leaders define organizational effectiveness as 'outcome accountability,' or the extent to which an organization achieves specified levels of progress toward its own goals, a minority of nonprofit leaders define effectiveness as 'overhead minimization,' or the minimization of fundraising and administrative costs. (
  • The year 2012 was the 40th anniversary of the publication of Cohen, March, and Olsen's influential article "The Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice", which offered a major new perspective on organizational decision making. (
  • The Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice: Looking Forward at Forty. (
  • The podcasters discuss a fascinating article, A Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice, published in Administrative Science Quarterly back in 1972 by Michael Cohen, James March, and Johan Olsen. (
  • This volume illustrates the broad range of research based on the garbage can model of organizational choice.It suggests that the garbage can model is alive and kicking at forty. (
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  • The garbage can model of organizational choice (Cohen, March, Olsen, 1972) is an early agent-based formalization of the decision making process. (
  • Number of page: 458Author: edited by Richard Harrison, Alessandro LomiPublisher: Emerald Group PublishingRating: Category: Business EconomicsThe year 2012 was Description : This volume illustrates the broad range of research based on the garbage can model of organizational choice. (
  • This research varies with respect to decision making characteristics addressed, model exten Number of page: 458Author: edited by Richard Harrison, Alessandro LomiPublisher: Emerald Group PublishingRating: Category: Business EconomicsThe year 2012 was The year 2012 is the 40th anniversary of the publication of Cohen, March, and Olsens influential article The Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice, which offered a major new perspective on organizational decision making. (
  • Participants completed a purpose-designed questionnaire online or by telephone, covering organizational vision, resources, structures and practices. (
  • 10-14 Thus, enhanced health information management processes and new roles are important to the future of the HIM profession, and HIM organizational structures continue to change as responsibilities evolve. (
  • Organizational structures developed from the ancient times of hunters and collectors in tribal organizations through highly royal and clerical power structures to industrial structures and today's post-industrial structures. (
  • Organizational structures should be adaptive to process requirements, aiming to optimize the ratio of effort and input to output. (
  • These sequencing institutions generate massive amounts of WGS/WES data and represent varying organisational structures and operational models. (
  • But as the hoped-for improvements in product quality continued to remain elusive, these firms were compelled to undertake radical changes in their organizational structures and processes. (
  • EOMAS was founded with the purpose to become a forum among researchers and practitioners to share their research and practical findings by encouraging the dissemination of research results under a more generic umbrella called enterprise engineering, which encompasses internal factors ranging from organizational complexity to intricacy of business processes and sophistication in workflows as well as external factors and uncertainties such as competition, politics, or the emergence of innovative technologies. (
  • Despite some discussions on control activities in the organisational semiotics literature, less attention has been paid to process control modelling in general and Web-based virtual processes in particular. (
  • Although the models are intuitively simple representations of choice processes, they have not been empirically tested because of the difficulty of obtaining data from a relevant subject population. (
  • From the model, the variation trend of the dynamic processes can be used to analyze the key elements or variables over time. (
  • This model of OC (Organizational Change) focuses four major phases and four specific sub-processes of learning. (
  • Organizational structure allows the expressed allocation of responsibilities for different functions and processes to different entities such as the branch , department , workgroup , and individual . (
  • Probably the most helpful insight is to see culture as that set of processes that shapes organisational response to the challenges that organisations face. (
  • Reactive point processes (RPP's) are a new statistical model designed for predicting discrete events, incorporating self-exciting, self-regulating, and saturating components. (
  • For the validation study, a staff person intimately involved in each improvement project responded to a written survey asking questions about model factors and project outcomes. (
  • Further research examining the influences of these organizational characteristics and models on outcomes such as physiotherapists' professional practices and patient outcomes are needed. (
  • Our key research question is whether some models of group choice predict actual group decision making outcomes better than alternative models, given situational factors. (
  • The key question of the research is how well the seven models predict group choice outcomes, given contingent factors. (
  • The new, simpler model reflects a greater focus on measuring outcomes and allows for more streamlined documentation, while retaining the 14 Forces as foundational to the program. (
  • Staff need to be developed, directed, and empowered to find the best way to accomplish the organizational goals and achieve desired outcomes. (
  • As an important concept in organizational research, organizational justice is thought to be a universal predictor of employee and organizational outcomes. (
  • In this area of research expertise, we're researching advancing dental technology and models of dental care to improve patient outcomes. (
  • 2009) organizational effectiveness captures organizational performance plus the myriad internal performance outcomes normally associated with more efficient or effective operations and other external measures that relate to considerations that are broader than those simply associated with economic valuation (either by shareholders, managers, or customers), such as corporate social responsibility. (
  • Therefore, this article aims to provide an overview of the inter-organisational knowledge transfer and its related literature and present a proposed inter-organisational knowledge transfer process model based on theoretical and empirical studies. (
  • Also, high quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Collaborative Care, Integrated Health Systems and Organizational Models are cordially invited for presentation at the conference. (
  • A panel of theoretical and practical experts and literature in organizational change were used to identify factors predicting the outcome of improvement efforts. (
  • The chapters make original contributions to research on organizational decision making by developing new models and theoretical extensions based on or inspired by prior garbage can work, by applying garbage can concepts and interpretations to new problems and novel settings. (
  • Content, Context, and Process model was used as the theoretical framework. (
  • Theoretical representations and constructs that describe or explain the structure and hierarchy of relationships and interactions within or between formal organizational entities or informal social groups. (
  • The history of the agent-based model can be traced back to the Von Neumann machine , a theoretical machine capable of reproduction. (
  • For some time now, I have drawn on theoretical frameworks or models to articulate and reason their edit- ing of verbs 275 5 editing practice and exercises for using graph paper, india ink, lettering sets, and the content of the piece5. (
  • ABSTRACT - We configure seven formal models of group choice (Choffray and Lilien 1980) in a contingency paradigm composed of three situational factors identified by Sheth (1973). (
  • A subsequent retrospective empirical analysis of change efforts in 198 health care organizations was performed to validate the model. (
  • The purpose of this study was to: 1) describe characteristics of organizations where physiotherapists practice in the private sector, and 2) explore the existence of a taxonomy of organizational models. (
  • The results of this study provide a detailed description of the organizations where physiotherapists practice, and highlight the importance of human resources in differentiating organizational models. (
  • An agent-based model ( ABM ) is a class of computational models for simulating the actions and interactions of autonomous agents (both individual or collective entities such as organizations or groups) with a view to assessing their effects on the system as a whole. (
  • The Global Fund uses a "country-defined" and "results-based financing" model that focuses on country ownership and is supported by investments from both donors and implementing countries (by contrast, bilateral support is provided from donors directly to recipient country governments, non-governmental organizations, and other entities and often reflects donor-defined priorities). (
  • This new model is designed to provide a framework for nursing practice and research in the future, as well as serving as a roadmap for organizations seeking to achieve Magnet recognition. (
  • The intent of this Model Component is no longer just to solve problems, fix broken systems, and empower staff, but to actually transform the organizations to meet the future. (
  • Drawing on case studies and original research, David M. Noer-an expert frequently quoted in major media such as The Wall Street Journal and Fortune on the topic of layoffs and layoff survivor sickness - provides executives, human resource professionals, managers, and consultants with an original model and clear guidelines for revitalizing downsized organizations and the employees left behind. (
  • Using data from four organizations over a six-month period with three points of measurement, the eight models explained between 17 percent and 53 percent of the variance in user intentions to use information technology. (
  • Patient safety initiatives can succeed only to the extent to which health care organizations recognize the need for and develop the means to implement the necessary organizational changes. (
  • Organizational Effectiveness groups in organizations directly concern themselves with several key areas. (
  • Hence, Organizational effectiveness is typically evaluated within nonprofit organizations using logic models. (
  • To test the effectiveness of a Bayesian model employing subjective probability estimates for predicting success and failure of health care improvement projects. (
  • Employee motivation and organizational effectiveness are the eternal topics of enterprise human resource management. (
  • As pointed out by Lawrence B. Mohr, [5] the early theorists of organizational structure, Taylor, Fayol, and Weber "saw the importance of structure for effectiveness and efficiency and assumed without the slightest question that whatever structure was needed, people could fashion accordingly. (
  • Foundations and other sources of grants and other types of funds are interested in organizational effectiveness of those people who seek funds from the foundations. (
  • Scholars of nonprofit organizational effectiveness acknowledge that the concept has multiple dimensions and multiple definitions. (
  • Advancing Nonprofit Organizational Effectiveness Research and Theory: Nine Theses. (
  • The Construct of Organizational Effectiveness: Perspectives from Leaders of International Nonprofits in the United States. (
  • Number of page: 458Author: edited by Richard Harrison, Alessandro LomiPublisher: Emerald Group PublishingRating: Category: Business EconomicsThe year 2012 was The Garbage Can model of organizational theory was developed in 1972 by Michael D. Cohen, James G. March and Johan P. Olsen.Choice opportunities. (
  • Next, a unified model, called the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT), was formulated, with four core determinants of intention and usage, and up to four moderators of key relationships. (
  • To develop an instrument to measure organizational attributes relevant for family practices using the perspectives of clinicians, nurses, and staff. (
  • A survey, designed to measure a practices' internal resources for change, for use in family medicine practices was created by a multidisciplinary panel of experts in primary care research and health care organizational performance. (
  • A 21-item questionnaire can reliably measure four important organizational attributes relevant to family practices. (
  • Other: Organizational change to improve the implementation of evidence-based practices. (
  • Beginning with the progressive educational movement in the early-mid 20th century, and again with similar trends in the late 20th and early 21st century, alternative models structured towards deeper learning, higher retention, and 21st century skills developed. (
  • Creating a working environment where employee health and safety is valued, supported and promoted through workplace health programs, policies, benefits, and environmental changes is an important part of organizational change. (
  • The results of this organizational and culture change include engaged and empowered employees, an impact on health care costs, and improved worker productivity. (
  • A Bayesian model was developed to estimate probability of successful change using subjective estimates of likelihood ratios and prior odds elicited from the panel of experts. (
  • Within the inner context of the role model site, there was also a combination of the Pettigrew and colleagues' receptive elements that, together, appeared to enhance its ability to effectively implement EBP-related change at multiple levels. (
  • A systematic and planned way of managing change successfully has become a primary responsibility of management, in this context, we have discussed different approaches that we would recommended for managing organizational change. (
  • There are different approaches to manage organizational change. (
  • Thus, movement to the new state is another step to make the organizational change successful. (
  • This model of OC (Organizational Change) is based on managerial styles. (
  • A Comparative Analysis of Business Models Utilized in the Heart of Change by Cohen and Kotter, to Organizational and Behavioral Management. (
  • As The Heart of Change presents their method of organizational change in eight stages, the comparative text discusses the undertaking of change through the perspective of slightly different methods starting on page 528. (
  • The organizational change process is driven by twelve different factors. (
  • The transtheoretical model suggests that people use different strategies, techniques or different amounts of each at different stages in their change process. (
  • 1385 words - 6 pages Organizational change and stress management are widely accepted as two major issues in organizational life today (Vakola & Nikolaou, 2005). (
  • We made sure that we used an organizational change model that had been successful recently, we kept the power allocation and resources as unchanged as possible, and we appealed to a higher purpose where there was common agreement when conflicts began to emerge. (
  • Brian conducts research and teaches in the areas of strategic change and implementation, health system integration and funding, governance, organizational strategy and leadership. (
  • Widespread organizational change is indispensable for significantly improved patient safety. (
  • It includes pointers from organizational change literature on critical issues in managing change, such as how change is defined, what the roles are of different participants, and how change is implemented and made self-sustaining. (
  • The challenge of patient safety is inextricably linked, almost indistinguishable, from the challenge of organizational change. (
  • Inevitably, remedying the unsafe conditions fostered in this context will require widespread organizational change at the point of care. (
  • 3 Their experiences with the difficult transition from "managing by imposing control" to "managing by eliciting commitment" provide the empirical basis for a growing body of research on organizational change and development. (
  • We present an organizational model to frame the fundamental choices and principles involved in managing such change. (
  • Relationships among aspects of organisation and implementation were hypothesised and analysed with structural equation modelling.The result was a new framework with three organisational aspects of quality systems each with two sub-aspects: structure (resources and administration), process (culture and cooperation), and outcome (evaluation of goal achievement and development of competence).Strong positive relationships were confirmed among structure, process, and outcome. (
  • There is a natural and strategic value progression as you move through the 4 P's, and these changes are modeled across the columns within the Strategic Value Continuum™ assessment framework. (
  • The ARE Steering Committee is committed to operating in a way that empowers all members to have a voice in decision making and governance and to maintaining "horizontal" organizational systems wherever possible. (
  • As illustrated in the Organizational Project Management Maturity Model ( OPM3 ® )-Second Edition, (PMI, 2008), performance management is at the center of strategic execution, organizational governance, and project portfolio management. (
  • In particular, the researchers combined neuronal labeling in the living animal, with custom-designed high-resolution 3D reconstruction technologies and integration of morphologies into an accurate model of the cortical circuitry. (
  • Organizational modeling is concerned with analyzing and understanding the organizational context within which a software system will eventually function. (
  • The two sites were clearly different in terms of their organizational context, level of EBP activity, and degree of institutionalization. (
  • The organizational culture influences the way people interact, the context within which knowledge is created, the resistance they will have towards certain changes, and ultimately the way they share (or the way they do not share) knowledge. (
  • The term of culture in the organizational context was first introduced by Dr. Elliott Jaques in his book The Changing Culture of a Factory , in 1951. (
  • Implement large-scale organizational changes faster, and leverage in-context, predictive analytics as well as modeling and reporting to drive better decision-making. (
  • The set organizational structure may not coincide with facts, evolving in operational action. (
  • The research efforts will contribute to bridging the gap between the extensive knowledge about organisational and human factors in general, and the lack of knowledge about how to reduce the major hazard risk level due to operational causes. (
  • It can promote organizational function as well as improve individual and organizational performance. (
  • Four organizational models were identified: 1) solo practice, 2) middle-scale multiprovider, 3) large-scale multiprovider and 4) mixed. (
  • We previously reported a patient centered organizational model aiming to improve quality and coordination of care for complex multimorbid patients followed in general practice in Denmark. (
  • The model was implemented in a large general practice clinic in Copenhagen. (
  • Studies show that organizational innovations in general practice, such as extended consultation time or patient care reviews, can improve continuity of care for patients with multimorbidity. (
  • The developed patient centered organizational model for multimorbidity based in general practice in Denmark should undergo a focused revision for a RCT assessment. (
  • The developed model was tested in one large general practice clinic where several GPs, nurses and other practice personnel collaborate. (
  • However, challenges exist regarding how to make EBP a reality, particularly at an organizational level and as a routine, sustained aspect of professional practice. (
  • These include programs centered on research and scholarship, clinical psychology practice, and organizational leadership roles. (
  • AbstractÐWhile task modeling and task-based design are entering into current practice in the design of interactive software applications, there is still a lack of tools supporting the development and analysis of task models. (
  • To understand designer's reflective practice and to find better ways to promote novices' reflective thinking in solving real-world design problems, a comprehensive model was developed. (
  • 2009): Measuring Organizational Performance: Towards Methodological Best Practice. (
  • Evaluation of the organizational model of primary care in Turkey: a survey-based pilot project in two provinces of Turkey. (
  • The objective of this study is to assess feasibility of the organizational model for further evaluation in a RCT. (
  • A number of special features of the model are discussed (including its use as a basis for the diagnosis of jobs and the evaluation of job redesign projects), and the model is compared to other theories of job design . (
  • Logic models are a management tool widely used in the nonprofit sector in program evaluation. (
  • A subjective Bayesian model was effective in predicting the outcome of actual improvement projects. (
  • Though Schelling originally used coins and graph paper rather than computers, his models embodied the basic concept of agent-based models as autonomous agents interacting in a shared environment with an observed aggregate, emergent outcome. (
  • However, a different view arose in the 1960s, suggesting that the organizational structure is "an externally caused phenomenon, an outcome rather than an artifact. (
  • WHO HQ Library catalog › Results of search for 'su:{Models, Organizational. (
  • Organizational characteristics were analyzed descriptively, while organizational models were identified by multiple correspondence analyses. (
  • The general aim of this thesis was to empirically explore the organisational characteristics of quality systems of hospital departments, to develop and empirically test models for the organisation and implementation of quality systems, and to discuss the clinical implications of the findings.Data were collected from hospital departments through interviews (n=19) and a nation-wide survey (n=386). (
  • [7] By the late 1980s, Craig Reynolds ' work on flocking models contributed to the development of some of the first biological agent-based models that contained social characteristics. (
  • This article discusses the partnerships and implementation necessary for Boston Public Schools to develop its behavioral health model. (
  • Further research looking at primary healthcare reform models at other levels of implementation should be done. (
  • To determine whether there is greater employee satisfaction in organisations that have made more progress in implementation of the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) model. (
  • A series of cross-sectional studies (one for each assessment cycle) comparing staff satisfaction survey results between groups of healthcare organisations by degree of implementation of the EFQM model (assessed in terms of external recognition of management quality in each organisation). (
  • Intervention: Progress in implementation of EFQM model. (
  • Progress of healthcare organisations in the implementation of the EFQM Excellence Model is associated with increases in their employee satisfaction in dimensions that can be managed at the level of each organisation, while dimensions in which no statistically significant differences were found represent common organisational elements with little scope for self-management. (
  • Some sites will receive assistance with the creation and implementation of an organizational development plan. (
  • These patterns are defined from real world organizational settings, modeled in i* and formalized using the Formal Tropos language. (
  • Elizabeth J. Wilson, Gary L. Lilien, and David T. Wilson (1989) ,"Formal Models of Group Choice in Organizational Buying: Toward a Contingency Paradigm", in NA - Advances in Consumer Research Volume 16, eds. (
  • The purpose of this paper is to examine the goodness-of-fit of seven formal models of group choice (Choffray and Lilien 1980) within a contingency paradigm composed of three factors identified by Sheth (1973). (
  • We review seven formal models below. (
  • Choffray and Lilien (1980) propose seven formal group choice models to describe how organizational buying centers might make supplier choice decisions (Choffray and Lilien 1980). (
  • These groups of sources of evidence yielded an empirical model for the Magnet Recognition Program. (
  • Citation Query The Partial Least Squares Approach to Structural Equation Modeling. (
  • Barn, Balbir and Barn, Ravinder (2018) Towards a unified conceptual model for surveillance theories. (
  • Barat, Souvik and Kulkarni, Vinay and Barn, Balbir (2018) Towards improved organisational decision-making - a method and tool-chain. (
  • Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems Architectures - International Journal of Conceptual Modeling, 13 (2018). (
  • Nwokeji, Joshua Chibuike and Aqlan, Faisal and Barn, Balbir and Clark, Tony and Kulkarni, Vinay (2018) A modelling technique for enterprise agility. (
  • Also known as the information architecture, the organizational model encompasses both the classification scheme as well as the model of association, hierarchy versus index for example. (
  • Organizational culture encompasses values and behaviors that "contribute to the unique social and psychological environment of a business. (
  • This structure spread rapidly during the 19th and 20th centuries with factory model schools and their "assembly-line" method of standardized curriculum and instructional methods. (
  • Structure, Skill, and Ambition in Organizational Problem Solving. (
  • The organizational structure of medical record departments in Iran is not appropriate for the efficient management of healthcare information. (
  • Given the importance of the organizational structure of a medical record department (MRD) in ensuring that the department meets its objectives, this study aimed to provide a new model for the organizational structure of MRDs in Iranian hospitals through a comparative study with developed countries. (
  • In Iran, however, studies conducted by researchers have revealed the weaknesses of the current organizational structure of hospitals' MRDs and the necessity of restructuring those departments. (
  • In addition, MRDs in Iran face problems with the organizational position of the MRD within the hospital's reporting structure, the absence of organizational relationships between the MRDs and other departments related to information functions, and also the lack of a top manager for information functions in the typical senior hospital management team. (
  • Leadership will break down silos, and in breaking down barriers between those specialties, a powerful organizational structure will emerge. (
  • An organizational structure defines how activities such as task allocation , coordination and supervision are directed toward the achievement of organizational aims. (
  • Organizational structure was considered a matter of choice. (
  • E.g., a wrong organizational structure may hamper cooperation and thus hinder the completion of orders in due time and within limits of resources and budgets. (
  • Corporate Security Organizational Structure by Bob Hayes, et al. (
  • Within the project a model and practical means have been developed in order to better structure national and international cooperation between society, research, policy and industry. (
  • i.e ., 'accounts of transformation initiatives often reveal little about past organizational and contextual conditions that contributed to success. (
  • Whereas individual unsafe acts are hard to predict and control, the organisational and contextual factors that give rise to them are present before the occurrence of an incident or accident. (
  • Process controls help to implement required organisational constraints as regulatory norms that enforce established rules, procedures, and standards for meeting intended organisational goals. (
  • This study contributes to organisational semiotics research by extending the discourse on control norms to the realm of Web-based virtual process modelling in a real life situation. (
  • A working environment highly influenced by group norms and organisational culture. (
  • In addition to summarizing the current state of relevant modeling research and applications, this report recommends a research and development agenda designed to move the representation of humans in military simulations forward in a systematic and integrated manner. (
  • Because they are important to the generation and success of such models, we also addressed the front-end analysis required as a prerequisite for model development and the verification and validation needed to ensure that models meet their stated requirements. (
  • Experts' subjective assessment data for model development and independent retrospective data on 221 healthcare improvement projects in the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands collected between 1996 and 2000 for validation. (
  • For the model development, experts' subjective assessments were elicited using an integrative group process. (
  • The development of feasible organizational innovations in existing health- and social care systems is a task that requires collaborative actions and several iterations. (
  • ARE Steering Committee's Mission is to Build an antiracist movement by engaging white Unitarian Universalists in the mission of ARE, Foster accountable relationships with and serve as an organizational ally to communities of color, and Provide anti-racist, anti-oppressive, multicultural leadership development to ARE members and leaders in the UUA. (
  • A model for action : the Children's Rights Development Unit : promoting the Convention on the Rights of the Child in the United Kingdom / Gerison Lansdown. (
  • Through text narrative, cases, and readings, the authors skillfully examine the development of strategy, organizational capabilities, and management challenges for operating in the global economy. (
  • These commissions have emphasized the crucial role of primary healthcare on the overall performance of healthcare systems and have advocated the development of new delivery models. (
  • Previously he edited the OD Practitioner and served on the board of trustees of the Organizational Development Network. (
  • For example, Siegel and Wolf's single-operator model incorporated a complex amplifying interaction between the level of operator capability and performance degradation due to time stress. (
  • Logistic regression chi‐square statistics and areas under the ROC curve demonstrated a high level of model performance in predicting success. (
  • Thus, the effects of inflation accounting on organizational decisions and financial performance of Kwa-Zulu Natal retail stores were evaluated in this study. (
  • Olarewaju, Odunayo and Mbambo, Mzwandile Atkins and Ngiba, Brian, Effects of Inflation Accounting on Organizational Decisions and Financial Performance in South African Retail Stores (November 18, 2020). (
  • There are large and persistent differences in organizational performance within detailed sectors that economists find very hard to explain. (
  • There is wide belief that organisational culture shapes many aspects of performance, including safety. (
  • The objectives of this paper are to show that organisational culture bears a predictive relationship with safety and that particular kinds of organisational culture improve safety, and to develop a typology predictive of safety performance. (
  • As a rule of thumb, the square root of the AVE of each construct should be much larger than the correlation of the specific construct with any of the other constructs in the model [=-=Chin, 1998-=-a] and should be at least .50 [Fornell and Larcker, 1981a]. (
  • ICCCIHSOM 2021 has teamed up with the Special Journal Issue on Collaborative Care, Integrated Health Systems and Organizational Models . (
  • The proposed methods will be applied to a set of 'model' and 'test' compounds for a set of target genes. (
  • Emerging and Re-Emerging Organizational Features, Work Transitions and Occupational Risk Factors: The Good, the Bad, the Right. (
  • These organisational types respond characteristically to signs of trouble and to opportunities for innovation. (
  • Integrative model diagram, DesignShare P.131. (
  • This is reflected in the design of educational facilities appearing similar to the integrative model, but with a de-emphasis on traditional instructional spaces such as classrooms and labs, and a greater emphasis on student collaboration spaces and workspaces, such as individual study and group seminar rooms, and workspaces such as Makerspaces and rooms with 2D or 3D printing and production. (
  • The proposed research program will establish an integrative and quantitative small fish model to identify and evaluate the modes of action, key target sites, and biological relevance of EDCs acting along the HPG-axis. (
  • Thus organizational culture affects the way people and groups interact with each other, with clients, and with stakeholders . (
  • Each corresponding row in the model reflects a key functional dimension that is critical to consider when measuring PMO strategic value. (
  • To optimize reference selection, we develop and evaluate a predictive model of similarity- based choice. (
  • Therefore, a suggested model was designed based on four main axes: 1) specifications of a Health Information Management Division, 2) specifications of a Healthcare Information Management Department, 3) the functions of the Healthcare Information Management Department, and 4) the units of the Healthcare Information Management Department. (
  • Some other programs may still be professional in nature, however, helping experienced non-clinical professionals develop leadership, management and organizational skills. (
  • The objective is to provide new knowledge and tools for major hazard risk management for offshore installations (and onshore plants) based on improved understanding of the influence of organisational, human and technical factors. (
  • Some of the first milestones along this path were becoming a partner of Euskalit, the Basque Foundation for Quality Promotion [ 1 ] (an organisation that promotes improvements in management in the Basque region) and adopting in 1995 the European Foundation Quality Management (EFQM) Excellence Model [ 2 ] as a model of reference for total quality. (
  • However, some literature, such as Davenport and Prusak (1998) and Shariq (1999), has attempted to address knowledge transfer within an organisation, but studies on inter-organisational knowledge transfer are still much neglected. (
  • The challenge of patient safety is not only clinical, but also organizational. (
  • For instance, quality systems of high organisational degree often had adequate resources and administration as well as positive organisational cultures and high cooperation among different professions.Advanced designs required quality systems of high organisational degrees. (
  • A typology of organisational cultures is described, based on the medical unit's style of information processing. (
  • Such a situation can compromise trust between the employer and employee and risk reducing morale and organizational reputation. (
  • An emergent view is that it may be beneficial for organisations if more research can be done to help them understand and, thus, to improve their inter-organisational knowledge transfer process. (
  • Confirmatory factor analysis with structural equation modeling was adopted to validate the hypothesized research model. (
  • the simplified constitutive models of structural steel provided in EN-1993-1-2 and EN-1994-1-2. (
  • The review of the literature works indicates that there is a gap in assessing structural robustness against progressive collapse in fire with sophisticated material deterioration modelling. (
  • This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Enterprise and Organizational Modeling and Simulation, EOMAS 2015, held at CAiSE 2015, in June 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden. (
  • Finally, the researchers showed that the observed principles of trans-columnar pathways could be advantageous, compared to any previously postulated cortex model, for encoding complex sensory information. (
  • We also define new counting complexity classes GCR and GCC in the classical Turing model via taking Boolean parts of the classes above, and show that the problems to compute the Euler characteristic and the geometric degree of (semi)algebraic sets given by integer polynomials are complete in these classes. (
  • For example, what is the desirability and feasibility of developing models of humans that vary with respect to personalities, emotions, cultural values, skills, and intellectual capabilities? (
  • Sophisticated mathematically-based models of population genetics have proven adequate for mapping and understanding quantitative variability and populational changes in organisms. (
  • An isothermal, quantitative, dynamic model is proposed here based on the autocatalytic reaction, Initial Medium Al = Quartz + Al. (
  • In this paper, we (1) review user acceptance literature and discuss eight prominent models, (2) empirically compare the eight models and their extensions, (3) formulate a unified model that integrates elements across the eight models, and (4) empirically validate the unified model. (
  • One of the factors that probably inhibited rapid elaboration of their models was the limits of computer capacity at that time. (
  • Three key factors (the safety policy, delay time for organizational experience, and resource assignment coefficient), are identified to evaluate the crucial linkage between safety and variation over time. (
  • aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Collaborative Care, Integrated Health Systems and Organizational Models. (
  • A review of recent literature on individual-based models, agent-based models, and multiagent systems shows that ABMs are used on non-computing related scientific domains including biology , ecology and social science . (
  • Leverage a single security model to ensure sensitive employee data is protected. (
  • Is organizational progress in the EFQM model related to employee satisfaction? (
  • Industrial Organizational Psychology Doctoral Programs generally confer one of two types of degrees upon successful completion. (
  • This association suggests a self-organizational crystallization, a process in which systematically repetitive textures and composition are produced by the very dynamics of reaction-transport interactions, not by periodically changing outside causes. (
  • The growing interest in Structured Equation Modeling (SEM) techniques and recognition of their importance in IS research suggests the need to compare and contrast different types of SEM techniques so that research designs can be appropriately selected. (