Norwalk Hospital Through The Prism of the Political Framework Management gurus Lee Bolman and Terrence Deal have conceptualized a “four-frame” model for how large organizations operate. They note, rather dryly, that some frameworks are more repellent to the reader than others. One that likely falls into the former category would be the political framework. It is described as a “jungle,” wherein the primary concepts are “power, conflict, competition (and) organizational politics,” ( Bolman & Deal, 2008, p. 18). The leadership is politically savvy, and is skillful in developing a power base. It’s a little difficult to think of a large teaching hospital with thousands of highly-trained employees literally responsible for preserving and...The end:
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