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|Title:||Investigating the impact of socio-economic management theory of east mediterranean healthcare employee performance intervention research case study||Authors:||Mazen, Hazim||Advisors:||Tabchoury, Patrick
|Subjects:||Management--Economic aspects--Middle East--Case studies
Management--Social aspects--Middle East--Case studies
Organizations are affected by their employees performance, especially in healthcare context, where they have the power to hinder its operations; this is due to many demotivated factors such as depersonalization in the workplace, lack of incentives, horizon, and definitely the required energy to perform autonomously for his own benefit, as well as to their organization development. Socio-economic management is an intervention-research method, positioned within the management consulting research field, one aspect of the method is its emphasis on releasing untapped potential within organizations existing its human resources, based on the notion that employees requires innovative organizational development methodology, to achieve performance across the entire organization they work with. This can be achieved by tackling employees lack of motivation through active engagement of employees in healthcare organization development process. This paper will try to highlight methods, tools, and strategies proposed by socio-economic approach to management in order to achieve active engagement of employees, resulting better performance and releasing the energy within through the participatory approach of intervention research applied within human resources department of an East Mediterranean hospital context.
Defense Committee: President of the committee: -Laurent CAPPELLETTI, Professor of management, CNAM Paris, External examiner Directors of research: -Field supervisor: Patrick TABCHOURY, co-director of the DBA program, University of Balamand -Pedagogic supervisor: Selim MEKDESSI, professor of management at the Lebanese University External examiners: - Frantz DATRY, Practitioner, Ph. D., director of research at Iseor research center - Renaud PETIT, Ph. D., Assistant professor of management,Iseor research center, iaelyon, University of Lyon 3 - María Ángeles RASTROLLO HORRILLO, professor of management at the Universidad Autónoma de Málaga.
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