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    Revising Organizational Culture

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    For instance, one system has its roots as a Catholic entity, while the other began with its origins as a Jewish facility.

    The medical staff is divided on whether the merger is good for patients and their practices. Both groups of employees are understandably unsettled as it is uncertain who of the senior administrative staff will remain. The organizational culture of both institutions is also of major concern.

    Given these circumstances, what form or model(s) of leadership would you bring to bear? Describe in detail the steps you would take to redirect the mission and vision of this new emerging entity.

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    For instance, one system has its roots as a Catholic entity, while the other began with its origins as a Jewish facility.
    The medical staff is divided on whether the merger is good for patients and their practices. Both groups of employees are understandably unsettled as it is uncertain who of the senior administrative staff will remain. The organizational culture of both institutions is also of major concern. Given these circumstances, what form or model(s) of leadership would you bring to bear? Describe in detail the steps you would take to redirect the mission and vision of this new emerging entity.

    First and foremost, whether it is a Catholic or Jewish institution should be immaterial in regard to providing the most optimal care for patients. Although these two ...

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    Revising organizational culture is examined.The organizational culture of institutions are determined.

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