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ISSN: 2251-1261. Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 2001-2005

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An implementation on a public hospital and an organizational culture as clan control tool

 

Author(s)

Murat Bay

 

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Karamanoglu Mehmetbey University, Management Department, Karaman. Tel. +90.534.666 11 11; Fax. : +90.0.338.2262024

 

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2nd January, 2016

 

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Bay M (2016). An implementation on a public hospital and an organizational culture as clan control tool. Prim. J. Bus. Admin. Manage. 6(1): 2001-2005.

 

Abstract

Every organization has their own specific moral, customs and beliefs which is called organizational culture and it is considered to be among the qualifications which cannot be imitated. Coming along with Organizational Culture a structure occurs and this structure will bring its own qualifications to the organization. This study discusses how organizational culture is framed and at the same time friendship groups, self-control, selection of studies and socializing sub dimensions. Actualization of the clan control was implemented on a state hospital in state on Turkey. 107 people sampled in the study. Meaningful differences were found between 1-9 working years and 10+ working years (p=0,02) in terms of acceptation organizational culture, 1-9 working years and 10+ working years (p=0,02) in terms of self-control and (p=0,02) in terms of making friendships between females and males sub factors.

Key words:
Organizational Culture, Clan Control.


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