Norwalk Hospital through the Prism of the Political Framework

$19.95

Add to cart
Essay #: 059003
Total text length is 9,704 characters (approximately 6.7 pages).

Excerpts from the Paper

The beginning:
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:
.....ght
Ridder
Tribune Business News. Retrieved March 31, 2010, from
ProQuest
Newsstand.
“Energy and Water Appropriations Bill Passes House of Representative With $300,000
For Norwalk Hospital.” (2006, May 24). US Fed News Service. Retrieved March 31, 2010, from Research Library.
Lee, R. (2007, 30 March). Norwalk Hospital eyes move. McClatchy - Tribune Business
News. Retrieved March 31, 2010, from
ProQuest
Newsstand.
Soule
, A. (2007, May). “Norwalk Hospital expanding its territory.” Fairfield County
Business Journal, 46(19): 5. Retrieved March 31, 2010, from
ProQuest
Newsstand.
Stelloh
, T. (2008, 17 January). “Stamford Hospital Makes Case for Norwalk Facility.”
McLatchy
-Tribune Business News. Retrieved March 30, 2010 from
ProQuest
Newsstand.