某醫療機構員工對組織氣候期望與感受之差異

Translated title of the contribution: The Comparison of Difference between Expected and Perceived Organizational Climate among Staff Members

林秋芬, 盧美秀

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Abstract

A questionnaire based on Likert's Organizational Scale was used to examine perceptions and expectations of organizational climate among hospital staff by department and demographic characteristics. Perceived organizational climates ranged from benevolent authoritarianism to democratic discussion, with the most democratic perceived organizational climate reported as one in which superior(s) and staff can freely discuss work matters, and the least democratic as one in which decisions are imposed and assessment made unilaterally from above. Desirable organizational structures ranged from the democratic-discussion to a participatory democratic structure, with the most desirable structure one in which the decision-makde has a broad and clear understanding of issues. Significant statistical differences were demonstrated between perceived and desired organizational climate, with perceived climate being more authoritarian and desired climate more democratic.
Translated title of the contributionThe Comparison of Difference between Expected and Perceived Organizational Climate among Staff Members
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)65-76
Number of pages12
JournalHu li yan jiu = Nursing research
Volume5
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Feb 1 1997

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