Robert Doktor

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The research here presented focuses upon the informal, social, and cultural side of managerial coordination and control as manifested in clinical e-health systems. Specifically, the research seeks to analyze and determine the role specific dimensions of organizational culture may have upon effective managerial coordination and control in clinical e-health(More)
When introducing a new technology that changes the core processes of an organization, such as an e-health initiative, it is important that the structural design and culture of the organization is aligned with the predominant national culture in which the organization is embedded. When a harmonious alignment is achieved, speedy and effective organizational(More)
This article documents a study of an organization's cultural readiness for successful implementation of a store-and-forward telemedicine system in a military health care environment. The study focused on the organization's cultural attributes that reflect its learning propensity and thereby its capability to adapt effectively and utilize the new technology.(More)
BACKGROUND The purpose of the study was to ascertain those learning objectives that will initiate increased use of telemedicine by military health care providers. Telemedicine is increasingly moving to the center of the health care industry's service offerings. As this migration occurs, health professionals will require training for proper and effective(More)
Sampling 1,187 business professionals, this research effort examines the potential relation ofHofstede culture dimensions to the propensity for, and potential effectiveness of, both internal reporting and whistle blowing as ethics management tools within a NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) context. Samples from a total often regions in the U.S.,(More)
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