Volume 24, Issue 162 (12-2017)                   RJMS 2017, 24(162): 65-73 | Back to browse issues page

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Fazel Anvari-Yazdi A. Study the Relationship between Organizational Culture and Inefficiency of Administrative Health in Lamard Health Center Staff. RJMS. 2017; 24 (162) :65-73
URL: http://rjms.iums.ac.ir/article-1-5078-en.html
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Background: Organizational culture includes core values, assumptions, and changes in approaches that define the characteristics of an organization. The inadequacy of administrative health is also part of a set of issues that organizations experience in their lifetime. In this research, the effect of the organization's culture on Hofstede's perspective and its effect on the inadequate administrative health have been studied.
Methods: This study was conducted in 2011. The research method was descriptive survey. The statistical population of this research was the staff of Lamard's Health Care Center, which is considered to be unlimited by the research community and need for sampling. To determine the number of samples using the Cochran formula, the number 289 people were randomly distributed among the staff of the Lamard Health Care Center. Data were analyzed using Pearson, Sidenf and Colmaragh statistical methods.
Results: There is a correlation between administrative ambiguity and inefficiency between administrative and organizational culture and the inefficiency of administrative health, but between betrayal versus patriarchy, there was no relationship with administrative health. Also, there was no significant relationship between power gap and inefficiency of administrative health.
Conclusion: The inadequacy of the administrative health available at the Lamard Healthcare Center has been driven by a patriarchal group-based organizational culture (collectivism, ambiguity) and margin of power.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Educational Health

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