Andrea Eriksson NHPRC 2013 2013

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The management’s possibilities for facilitating sustainable workplaces

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Andrea Eriksson NHPRC 2013 2013

  1. 1. The management’s possibilities for facilitating sustainable workplaces Andrea Eriksson, Dr PH, School of Technology and Health, KTH Arne Orvik, MSc, ass. professor, Aalesund University College Workshop “How can health promotion facilitate sustainable workplaces?” The 7th Nordic Research Conference in Health Promotion., June 2013
  2. 2. Content of presentation • Concept of Health-promoting Leadership • Reality of management in health care • How to understand and deal with management’s possibilities for facilitating sustainable workplaces
  3. 3. The concept of Health-promoting Leadership (HPL) A leadership that is concerned with creating a culture for health-promoting workplaces including values to inspire and motivate the employees to participate in such a development. Doctoral thesis, Eriksson 2011
  4. 4. HPL – part of organizational capacity supporting a health-promoting setting • The knowledge and skills of the managers • The policies and structures of the organization • Leadership engagement in the systematic development of both the physical and psychosocial work environment. Doctoral thesis, Eriksson 2011
  5. 5. Planering och omplanering 19% Kombination av flera 8% Kliniskt arbete 2% budget/ekonomi 5%verksamhetsutveck ling 10% arbetsmiljö 20% bemanning/schem a 36% Time division of managerial work in health care Dellve et al 2010 In mean time managers work alone: 66 % alone 18 % employees 1 % higher manager 10 % other managers 5 % mixed groups
  6. 6. Management in health care • New Public Management = application of management principles from the private sector in the public sector • Related to increasing health problems in health organizations: - Focus on efficiency and productivity instead of quality of care - Increased pace - Increased top-down governed re-organizations - High pressure on managers - Clash between different values
  7. 7. Health organization Health institution Health enterprise Organizational health Organizational effectiveness? Quality? Integrity? Efficiency? Sustainability Organizational health Organizational health as an inverse value pyramid in a health organization (Modified model, based on Orvik, 2012).
  8. 8. Arman, Wikström & Dellve,2013 Llewellyn 2001, Dellve & Wikström 2009, Choi 2011 Ruiz et al 2010; Wong & Laschinger 2012

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