Toward a multilevel framework for studying electronic control systems
Research studies regarding the social psychological, structural, and ecological aspects of the impact of electronic control systems (ECS) in monitoring employee productivity were studied and incorporated into a theoretical framework. The different levels study the effects of organizational traits on individual members and collective departmental structures as well as their relations with external economic and political environments. The study also gives recommendations for further research on ECS and accounting.
Publication Name: Journal of Accounting and Public Policy
Six Sigma engages physicians in achieving strategic performance improvement at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center
The OSF Saint Francis Medical Center is engaging physicians and residents to be involved in the Six Sigma management system to achieve performance improvement and transformational change. Six Sigma methods were aligned with other SFMC management methods and a 100-day plan was implemented to introduce the initiative. The execution of SFMC's strategy was evaluated.
Publication Name: Global Business and Organizational Excellence
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