Organizational health assessment: a Romania firm case study
Other than measuring units of output or profit to evaluate organization performance, this research develops a new assessment concept, organizational health. The survey of Work Environment Scale as the foundation data for the System-wide Interpretation of Health and Quality was used in this case study on a Romania firm. Structural measurement on organization effectiveness, leadership, and term work efficiency was conducted and further explained by three dimensional graphs with a weighted least squares method. The system-wide assessment shows multiple causalities among the endogenous variables.
Volume (Year): 1 (2008)
Issue (Month): (December)
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