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Title: Organizational culture among levels of health care services in Crete (Greece)
Authors: Rovithis, Michael 
Linardakis, Manolis 
Merkouris, Anastasios 
Patiraki, Elisabeth 
Vassilaki, Maria 
Philalithis, Anastas 
Keywords: Health care;Crete;Researched organizational surveys
Category: Basic Medicine
Field: Medical and Health Sciences
Issue Date: 1-Aug-2017
Publisher: Elsevier
Source: APPLIED NURSING RESEARCH, Volume: 36, Pages: 9-18, Published: AUG 2017
Journal: Applied Nursing Research
Abstract: As a concept, organizational culture is multifaceted and it has been studied in fields ranging from social anthropology to industrial-organizational psychology (Schein, 2010) defined as the set of beliefs, values, behavioral patterns, and assumptions shared by members of an organization (Cooke & Rousseau, 1998; Jacobs & Roodt, 2008; Scott, Mannion, Huw, & Marshall, 2003).Researchers in a variety of academic and professional disciplines have studied organizational culture and its possible impact on performance within organizations' services (Brian, Stanley, Armenakis, & Shook, 2009; Davies, Mannion, Jacobs, Powell, & Marshall, 2007; Freund & Drach-Zahavy, 2007; Xenikou & Simosi, 2006; Zheng, Baiyin, & McLean, 2010).
ISSN: 1532-8201
Rights: © 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Type: Article
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