The Intellectual Capital Investment and its Impact on Organizational Innovation: An Empirical Study on Jordanian Industrial Public Shareholding Listed Companies (JIPSLC)
Regardless of size or industry, organizational innovation may be necessary to evolve and succeed in todays constantly changing business environment.
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Quality improvement collaboratives are widely used to improve health care in both high-income and low and middle-income settings. Teams from multiple health facilities share learning on a given topic and apply a structured cycle of change testing. Previous systematic reviews reported positive effects on target outcomes, but the role of context and mechanism of change is underexplored. This realist-inspired systematic review aims to analyse contextual factors influencing intended outcomes and to identify how quality improvement collaboratives may result in improved adherence to evidence-based practices. We built an initial conceptual framework to drive our enquiry, focusing on three context domains: health facility setting; project-specific factors; wider organisational and external factors; and two further domains pertaining to mechanisms: intra-organisational and inter-organisational changes. We systematically searched five databases and grey literature for publications relating to quality improvement
TY - JOUR. T1 - Factors to drive clinical practice improvement in a malaysian intensive care unit. T2 - Assessment of organisational readiness using a mixed method approach. AU - Soh, Kim Lam. AU - Davidson, Patricia M.. AU - Leslie, Gavin. AU - Digiacomo, Michelle. AU - Rolley, John X.. AU - Soh, Kim Geok. AU - Rahman, Aisai Bin Abd. PY - 2011/1/1. Y1 - 2011/1/1. N2 - This study assessed organisational readiness and factors to drive clinical practice improvement for VAP, CRBSI and PU in a Malaysian intensive care unit (ICU). A mixed method study approach was undertaken in a 16-bed ICU in regional Malaysia using an environmental scan, key informant interviews, staff surveys, and patient audit to elucidate factors contributing to planning for clinical practice improvement. Measurements of sustainability of practice and regard for the practice environment were assessed using validated measures. An environmental scan demonstrated high patient occupancy and case load. Nineteen percent of ICU ...
The recent rise in subscription-based music streaming services has caused a heated and polarized debate over genre diversity, business models and revenue streams. On the one hand, music streaming represents a model with the potential of restoring a music economy that has been declining ever since the turn of the millennium. On the other hand, music streaming seems to further skew revenues towards the top international hits, fuelling concerns about the models sustainability for large sections of the music economy. Building on two studies of Norways experiences from adopting the streaming format, this chapter seeks to understand why subscription-based music streaming seems to be perceived so differently by different segments of the music economy. The chapter presents and discusses explanations to these tensions and suggests possible actions to further develop subscription-based music streaming. ...
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This study has several strengths. First, we examined employee exit and SA simultaneously as these job withdrawal behaviours depend on each other. Second, data on organisational change were obtained from a different source than the outcomes, which hamper common method bias.36 Third, following of the participants and measurement of organisational change were conducted at the work-unit level ensuring that the participants were actually affected by the organisational change in question. Fourth, it was also a strength that we were able to distinguish between six common types of organisational change adding to the detailed nature of the study.. Potential limitations are stated in the following. First, missing data on organisational change may contribute to an underestimation of the outcome effects, since the rate of subsequent work-unit exit and the percentage of total SA were slightly lower during 2014 among employees with data on change than employees without these data. Indeed, there was no ...
Who needs to attend: Change managers, change management professionals, executives (both senior and junior change managers), and any other organizations that want to carry out a formidable change management system and process in their establishment, deal with resistance to change process in their organization or acquire strategy on how to manage the change process in their organization.
Responding to the ever-changing market and new developments is essential for the survival of todays organisations. Thats why change is crucial for organisations. This creates a need for change experts who know how to design and manage change processes.. In the MSc Business Administration - Change Management, which is both academically rigorous and societally relevant, you will learn to deal with the complexity of organisational change as a dynamic interplay of organisational, technological, cultural and human factors. You will develop a solid understanding of the diversity in paradigms, theories and approaches that characterise the international scientific and professional field of change management as well as critical academic thinking as core elements of your professional toolkit. The programme offers you a diverse and challenging environment in which you actively and responsibly co-create your learning experiences. You will be a member of a lively learning community of dedicated students ...
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Online: Microsoft Teams, streamed live from Lower City Mills, Perth.. The third session in the 6-part CPD programme focuses on listed buildings and the legislative framework that protects them. Delivered by Historic Environment Scotlands Head of Designations Elizabeth McCrone, this session will cover the role of designation, recent reviews, applying for listed building consent and general approached to managing change to listed buildings with examples. Sessions are hosted online with Q&A and networking opportunities and delivered using live and recorded content by industry accredited professionals and are recognised CPD by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) and Scottish Traditional Building Forum (STBF).. Architectural Conservation CPD: Statutory Protection and Managing Change to Listed Buildings ...
Technically-oriented organisations are often very good at managing technical change. They have change management systems and processes, which help ensure technical changes are risk assessed, and that no unforeseen consequences occur. The same cannot be said for organisational changes, which may not be subject to the same degree of scrutiny. With major organisational changes, health and safety regulators may become involved, and wish to see a demonstration of how organisational changes have been risk-assessed and are being managed.. ...
Innovations include technological and non-technological innovations. Technological innovation represent product innovation, i.e. new or significantly improved product (good, service) introduced into the market or process innovation, i.e. new or significantly improved process introduced within the enterprise. Non-technological innovations include organizational innovations and marketing innovations.. Product innovation is the market introduction of a new or significantly improved product (good or service) with characteristics or intended uses that differ significantly from previous products produced by the enterprise. This includes new or significantly improved technical specifications, components and materials, incorporated software, user friendliness or other functional characteristics.. Process innovation is introduction of new or improved production methods; logistics, delivery and distribution systems, and back office activities, such as maintenance, purchasing, and accounting operations. ...
You will learn why change is important and what benefits it offers. You will learn why developing a change vision is important, as well as the steps you can take to develop one. In addition, you will learn what guidelines you can follow to communicate a change vision to your employees. By learning the four steps of the change process, you will be able to transition through change in a controlled, logical manner. You will learn the processes you must follow to analyze a situation, prepare a plan for change, implement action, and monitor the progress of a change.
The conceptualisation of an organisation and its boundaries is rarely straightforward. What might appear on the surface to be one system with one raison detre often turns out to feature a number of sub-systems which do not always work in harmony toward a single mission. Indeed, the declared and undeclared objectives of key stakeholders might differ substantially. Additionally, the notional organisation and its sub-systems might be differentially loosely coupled to external systems of various sorts - in other words, they are open rather than closed systems.. Various conceptual models of organisational change and development can be found in the literature, but many of these have little substantive empirical foundation. Much of the early work in organisational change drew on field theory (Lewin), early systems theory (von Bertalanffy) and cybernetics (Wiener), utilising concepts such as homeostasis, negative entropy and equifinality.. Organisational change is constant, and occurs in complex, ...
With the SPARK 2015 program, the Ontario Genomics Institute (OGI) seeks to provide investigators with catalytic funding which will enable them to initiate novel, high-impact, highly-innovative and early-stage projects in the genomic sciences with a focus on disruptive innovations.. The overall goal of the SPARK 2015 program is to catalyze new research directions and increase the competitiveness of Ontario research and its life sciences sector. The major objective of SPARK 2015 is to support the development of disruptive innovations using genomics, which can come in the form of a new technology or the use of an existing technology to: displace a currently-used technology or to transform or create a new market. SPARK 2015 is intended to encourage collaboration between different fields and disciplines and will likely appeal to those who embrace the inter-disciplinary approach.. ...
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Innovation and organizational learning are inextricably connected. A company must learn from its mistakes and cultivate multiple pathways for recognizing and leveraging the best ideas effectively, whether those ideas come from inside or outside of the organization, says Jim Clemmer. Here are 35 ways to sharpen your organizational innovation radar, to accelerate learning cycles and recognize and capitalize on opportunities faster.. ...
Change management strategies focuse on managing change within a business or organization, and can be used to help guide employees and other stakeholders.
The death of change management. Sébastien Sasseville, motivational speaker. If youre still managing change, chances are you have a culture problem.
This article reports on the Sustainable Innovation Forum of the COP21 Paris Conference at which the political leaders signed an agreement to foster environmentally friendly economic growth. This article serves as an introduction to this issue of the International Journal of Transport Economics which covers both the impact of transport on the production processes and the effect of the changing environment on future transport patterns and solutions. Topics covered include the effect of climate change on future trends in the transportation industry, the lack of international rules on environmentally sensitive areas such as the Arctic Sea, organizational innovation, new consumption trends, and the evaluation of transportation infrastructure. The author contends that the relationship between transportation and the environment requires different levels of evaluation, by both service providers and users, as well as by regulators and public decision-makers. The author concludes by reiterating the ...
The Service Design for Executives course (www.sd4x.eu), which Brand Manual helps develop in cooperation with Tallinn University, Stockholm School of Economics in Riga and Maastricht University, has as its central theme (and main homework task for participants) to document and understand the impact of service design on the wider organisation. How redesigning the customer experience and organisational innovation processes necessarily change the way the organisation itself works (and has to work) in order to meet and exceed the needs and wants of all stakeholders. As a long-term member of the Service Design Award jury, the discussion about the submitted projects has also produced a number for the above described source of failure. Only about 20% of service design projects (as discussed among jury members) end up being implemented. Which conversly means, that 80% of service design projects fail. Experience suggests, that the reason projects fail is because the organisation wants to achieve different ...
Introduction. The current set of organizational innovations has currently pressured organizational leaders to manage based on promoting competitiveness and economic efficiency when recognizing the need for new alternatives to organize the delivery of their services. From this perspective, Brazilian hospitals, regardless of their nature, size or type of service, are undergoing significant changes, which have intensified in recent years, given financial pressures and the need for restructuring in order to manage the complexity of organizational resources.. For that, the managerial models that prevail in hospitals have been guided by various characteristics, based on determinants that include, among others, the growing costs of health care, the need to increase the coverage of services, and the increased demands of clients. In this respect, the patriarchal model centered on the male perspective, has been replaced in a slow and gradual manner, including in managerial boards, and in other fields, ...
Adams, A., & Bond, S. (1997). Clinical specialty and organizational features of acute hospital wards. Journal of Advanced Nursing 26, 1158-1167.. Aiken, L.H., & Sloane, D.M. (1997a) Effects of organizational innovations in AIDS care on burnout among urban hospital nurses. Work and Occupations, 24(4). 453-477.. Aiken, L.H., & Sloane, D.M. (1997b). Effects of specialization and client differentiation on the status of nurses: The case of AIDS. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 38(3), 203-222.. Aiken, L.H., Sloane, D.M., & Lake, E.T. (1997). Satisfaction with inpatient acquired immunodeficiency syndrome care - A national comparison of dedicated and scattered-bed units. Medical Care, 35(9), 948-962.. Arneill, B., & Frasca-Beaulieu, F. (2003). Healing environments: Architecture and design conducive to health. In S.B. Frampton, L. Gilpin, & P.A. Charmel, Putting Patients First: Designing and Practicing Patient-Centred Care. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.. Brown, D., & McCormack, B. (2011). ...
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This pandemic has provided a real-life stress test of company cultures, systems and processes. Conversations with our coachees have revealed some outstanding examples of communication, care and leadership. These examples have included leaders taking the time to communicate weekly, in person virtually, with all staff and providing assurances that they are supported, their jobs are secure and that they will be provided whatever resources they need. Anecdotally, several coachees have talked about how proud they are to be working for their companies and how relieved and engaged they now feel. In these cases, the pandemic has actually enhanced company loyalty and engagement. Other peoples situations are less positive. Clearly such positive assurances are not possible for all companies, many of whom are facing uncertain futures. The frequency of communication however seems to be a key requirement: we asked how often people would like the leadership team to communicate how business difficulties would ...
Managing Change: Unavoidable And Hard! - Implementing changes involves changing responsibilities, developing skills and even changing people where required. HR managers have to handle these situations in a timely but sensitive manner.
EarlyBirds, an Australian company that operates a business to business (B2B) open ecosystem that offers a way for innovators, early adopters, and subject matter experts (SMEs) to collaborate and push for technology advancement, explains how organisations could work towards achieving net zero with disruptive innovation. Net zero means there is a balance between the amount of greenhouse gases being produced and the amount that is being removed from the atmosphere.. Achieving net zero is important as a way to counteract global warming, which scientists claim can lead to more intense and more frequent drought, heat waves, storms, and rising sea levels, melting glaciers and warming oceans. This, in turn, can directly harm animals and destroy the places they live, and may negatively impact peoples livelihoods and communities. Furthermore, as greenhouse gases increase in the atmosphere, dangerous weather events become more severe and more frequent.. It is, therefore, imperative for corporations ...
By. Aditi Ramdorai and Cornelius Herstatt. Working Paper No. 74, TIM/TUHH. Frugal innovations, characterized by their focus on affordability and retaining key functionalities of products/services, are emerging in the healthcare sector from India- ranging from low-cost healthcare delivery by hospitals like Aravind Eye Care that provides cataract surgery to around 300,000 patients at a cost of 18 USD per patient to product innovations such as the Jaipur Foot, a low-cost prosthesis. These frugal innovations represent disruptive innovations, innovations that are typically simpler, more convenient and more affordable. Disruptive innovations create growth potential for companies while opening up access to products and services that were previously beyond peoples reach. Low-income markets or Base-of-the-Pyramid [BOP] markets present new opportunities to Multi-National Corporations [MNCs] and scholars are calling MNCs to leverage BOP markets to create disruptive innovations.. Established incumbents ...
p. C5) Mr. Stone, a senior writer for Bloomberg Businessweek and a former reporter for The New York Times, tells this story of disruptive innovation with authority and verve, and lots of well-informed reporting. Although The Everything Store retraces early ground covered by Robert Spectors 2000 book, Amazon.com: Get Big Fast, Mr. Stone has conducted more than 300 interviews with current and former Amazon executives and employees, including conversations, over the years, with Mr. Bezos, who in the end was supportive of this project even though he judged that it was too early for a reflective look at the company.. The Everything Store does not examine in detail the fallout that Amazons rise has had on book publishing and on independent bookstores, but Mr. Stone does a nimble job of situating the companys evolution within the wider retail landscape and within the technological revolution that was remaking the world at the turn of the millennium. ...
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Companies that keep pace with the changes affecting their industry often prosper, but many businesses struggle to achieve desired outcomes. BCG can help.
An example of a disruptive innovation was the introduction of the mobile phone. In the beginning, the quality was deemed good enough and the new and appealing dimension was mobility. Over the course of the evolution of the mobile phone, the product became established in the market has now undergone incremental improvements. As capability has increased, a large number of users are now finding the current iteration of the mobile phone to be more than they need. Perhaps this field is now ripe for a new, disruptive innovation. ...nurses nationwide are mastering the concepts and skills of innovation and making a tremendous difference in the practice of nursing, thus improving patient care.The recent emergence of retail clinics constitutes a potentially disruptive innovation in healthcare. These clinics are based in convenient retail spaces, such as neighborhood drug stores or grocery stores, and offer a simple menu of walk-in services at affordable prices. These services might include diagnosis ...
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DENVER, Aug. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Cologix Organizational Changes Strengthen Leadership Team And Positions Cologix For Continued Long-Term Growth....
A panel of theoretical and practical experts and literature in organizational change were used to identify factors predicting the outcome of improvement efforts. 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. A subsequent retrospective empirical analysis of change efforts in 198 health care organizations was performed to validate the model. Logistic regression and ROC analysis were used to evaluate the models performance using three alternative definitions of success ...
Session: Reducing environmental impact while enhancing the customer/tenant experience with sustainability technology. Truddy heads up Workplace Advisory Asia at Colliers. Her team provides occupier clients with Workplace Strategy and Change Management service offerings. She is a chartered member with Royal Institute of British Architects. With her background as an architect, she brings more than 18+ years of design experience from the commercial industry to corporate real estate consulting and serving her clients in the conversations of workplace experience.. She connects design, workplace strategy and organizational change management expertise to help organizations develop workplace solutions aligning business goals and optimizing employee performance. She pays particular attention in identifying opportunities to foster company culture, desirable employee experience, effective spatial requirements to achieve high performing workspaces for dynamic organisations.. Her personal specialty lies in ...
Disruptive innovation, a phrase coined by Clay Christensen, is usually a new product that, to experts, looks inadequate. Because it is. These innovations are not, initially, as good as what the experts use (in this case, their network of surgeons). They initially dismiss the disrupter as being of poor quality. But disruptive innovation takes hold because, for a large chunk of consumers (i.e. patients looking for surgeons), the innovation is both affordable and better than the alternative. And once it takes hold, it starts to get better. And as it does, its unintended consequences will become dwarfed by its intended consequences: making the system better. Thats what ProPublica has produced. And thats worth celebrating ...
Disruptive innovation, a phrase coined by Clay Christensen, is usually a new product that, to experts, looks inadequate. Because it is. These innovations are not, initially, as good as what the experts use (in this case, their network of surgeons). They initially dismiss the disrupter as being of poor quality. But disruptive innovation takes hold because, for a large chunk of consumers (i.e. patients looking for surgeons), the innovation is both affordable and better than the alternative. And once it takes hold, it starts to get better. And as it does, its unintended consequences will become dwarfed by its intended consequences: making the system better. Thats what ProPublica has produced. And thats worth celebrating ...
Having a car not only implies driving it, but also involves taking care of it, which can be expensive. Fortunately there are certain things we can do by ourselves. An oil change periodically is imperative to keep a car in optimum conditions and actually it is easier to do than it sounds. Is good to know that a car needs an oil change every 3000 to 5000 miles or 3 months, whichever comes first, which comes out to 4 to 5 times a year what means about 200 to 400 dollars depending on your type of car. The home oil change is a simple process that requires a few tools, and its a sure way to save some money while you avoid the hassle of sitting in a dull waiting room somewhere reading outdated magazines. Following this tutorial you will be able to perform this simple task. You might think that an oil change is a hard and nasty work. Well, you are partially right, it could be a little messy, but with the right tools it is a very simple procedure, so lets start with the things you will need for this ...
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The term human capital is seen as a key element in enhancing an organizations assets. It refers to the set of employees with sustainable competitive advantages that increase the efficiency and performance of their company.. Some organizational specialists, such as Henry MINTZBERG or Michel CROZIER, apply the rules of human capital theory to prove their ability to create competition between companies by developing individual human resources.. Several studies have studied the role of human capital in the organization and its impact on the company and on the motivation of its staff, in particular those of (PAUL & SUSAN 1996) and (MORIN & AUBE 2007).. The present work is therefore a collection of knowledge and previous work aimed at shedding light on this topic. This work indicates that the common index, proving to be crucial at all levels of change management in the organization, is human competence. Those who work in the core center of the organization need to develop higher competencies. It is ...
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For any company that trades internationally, large or small, change is a constant that requires organizational flexibility. This has never been more true.
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Amid growing pressure to meet or surpass the speed of disruptive innovation, executives and directors of technology, media and communications (TMC) companies worry that their organizations desire to innovate may outrun their ability to properly manage risks.. This culture concern and a deepening fear of obsolescence were key takeaways for the TMC industry group responses in a recent survey, Executive Perspectives on Top Risks for 2018, from Protiviti and North Carolina State Universitys ERM Initiative. The top concern within the group, for the fourth consecutive year, was the risk that the rapid speed of disruptive innovations and/or new technologies would outpace an organizations ability to compete and/or manage risk appropriately without making significant changes to the business model. Economic conditions and data security/privacy round out the top five risks.. Over the course of the past year, weve talked about some of these exact issues, both privately with our clients and on this blog. ...
This questionnaire enables those with experience in evaluation who are considering providing their services in a Pay for Success project to quickly assess organizational readiness to do so. With thanks to our colleagues at McKinsey & Company and Urban Institute and David Butler who helped us to develop this tool. ...
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:. The Project Manager I owns the delivery of results in support of defined objectives, applying best practices in project management, system development, and organizational change management. Engages leaders across the enterprise to define success factors, scope, and contributing departments. Ensures project stakeholders and team members have clear understanding of project objectives and their respective roles. Develops the solution delivery approach collaboratively with business and technology domain experts. Facilitates the evaluation of alternatives to achieve the results of the project. Produces deliverables to support effective communication, monitoring, and control. Integrates the knowledge of domain experts to create project forecasts (resources, time, and budget). Involves all contributing organizations in planning and gains commitments to deliver as a matrixed project team.. Leads the execution of a large project or several smaller initiatives. ...