We develop a holistic framework, which centers on the interdependencies within leadership and organizational Culture. We aim at giving managers and researchers a “language” for some terms that can create reflection and dialogue on the subject. This paper will focus on how to achieve a functional strategy for a business strategic change. The recommendations in the conclusion will not be prescriptive, but will provide an opportunity for organizations to embody what is best suited to their culture. So, while change management depends on leadership, till today there has been little integration of these two in literature.
The organization has a culture that wants to prevent uncertainty in situations, and in order to prevent this, there are many policies and rules that need to be followed so that all employees will behave the same. There are meetings on what is expected of employees, how to deal with certain situations, and what is to be
That is, organizational culture could play an important role in enhancing commitments and improving performance of employees. When employees are not happy at work, they are less committed and tend to look for other opportunities outside. If the opportunities are unavailable or far reaching, they will lose themselves away from the organization emotionally. This will affect one’s organizational commitment (Terrence Deal et al, 2000, as cited in Siti Zaleha et al,
This theoretical study is to maximize the effectiveness of organisations through leadership among leader and other staff. The character of a leader in the healthcare plays a very important role in ensuring the organization’s objectives well achieved. We have a few mixed races people with a variety kind of ethnics in my country. We celebrate various festivals every year. When it comes to festive season some of the staff in the department have to apply leave for the celebration.
A hospital with a vision and mission strong in the employees makes a good work ambience. A patient-centric culture in a hospital provides a better patient experience. Hospital leaders increasingly recognize the connection between their cultures and patient satisfaction, and realize that many roles and people in their organizations are not inherently patient-centric . Some medical specialists, for instance, deliberately objectify patients ' conditions, thereby reducing their emotional involvement with the patient. They may believe that objectifying promotes better treatment decisions, and protects physicians from the stress of incorrect decisions or inability to help a patient.
It is this communication that leads to positive change and high quality care. Influence and Motivate The health care environment is stressful and face paced, this often leads to staff burn out and a loss of morale (Jennings, 2008). Leaders help create a positive working environment for staff. Leaders ensure that staff feel valued, this increases morale among staff which has a positive effect on productivity. Leaders have an ability to empathise with their colleagues, an effective leader will be followed by staff that feel supported by them.
CHAPTER 5 DISCUSSION In today’s competitive world each and every organization wants to be the best. In order to stand out among the league the organizations have started working upon areas like culture of the organization, providing support to their employees in work and helping them to grow by giving cross training, coaching and education, providing employees to work from home, giving incentives and recognition etc. (Fowler, 2009) The research is done to study the impact of organizational culture on employee commitment. Organizational culture is a pattern of shared basic assumptions which a group learn while solving the problems which they face during an external adaptation and internal integration and the members are taught to correctly
Accountable Team In my work experience, the roles I played change a lot. From an engineer who received instructions and lead small team complete task, to a leader who learned, understood tasks and then assigned works to suitable staff. For me, this is a big growth and change. Under the manufacturing industry training, observing discipline, complying with SOP and achieving the goal seem to be a work habit, based on this, I deeply understand the importance of team operation, so I am going to share “What is Accountable Team?”, “The belief of Accountable Team.” and “The Establishment of Accountable Team”. What is “Accountable Team”?
In order to improve the flow, healthcare organisation will need to understand the variations in the particular department and uncover the bottleneck. One of the first steps necessary for understanding flow is to accept that flow depends on the inherent variation found in the healthcare delivery system . Mapping the whole patient journey enables the management to look for opportunities for improvement by visualising how the whole patient journey currently works and identifying areas of improvement. It is a tool that identifies the areas and steps required for improvement within the department by using the other tools of lean manufacturing. There are different approaches to mapping patient journeys in the department.
Though I excel in providing zest, humor, and creativity I need a little help in the leadership, teamwork, and justice department. As a nursing student I have learned that you can not always look to doctors for help for they are called into medical emergencies all the time and might not be available; sometimes the nurse will have to take charge in case to see that everything goes well. When it comes to being the leader of a group project I tend to fall back and work as a supporter in fear of making a mistake or I feel I do not have the required skills to properly execute the solution to a situation. During my years as a student observing nurses I have learned that you cannot shy away from sharing your ideas or doubt your abilities, especially when your ideas could save someone’s life; you must exuberate self-confidence and courage to present that you are willing to take risks when necessary. In the health care profession teamwork is essential, doctors, nurses, lab technicians, nutritionist, etc.