Gestione dei collaboratori ed evidenze scientifiche: uno studio sulle convinzioni dei coordinatori sanitari italiani

Journal title MECOSAN
Author/s Filippo Ferrari
Publishing Year 2020 Issue 2019/111 Language Italian
Pages 26 P. 57-82 File size 327 KB
DOI 10.3280/MESA2019-111004
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In order to guarantee the required work performance, it is necessary for those who carry out a coordination task to apply managerial practices based on scientific evidence, rather than being guided solely by experience and common sense. This article presents the results of a research carried out on a sample of coordinators in the healthcare services (N = 166), aimed to investigate the research-beliefs gap about leadership, work motivation; training and development, performance appraisal, and compensation and benefits. The article presents critical issues, discusses possible causes, and suggests implications for coordinators, trainers, staff managers, and training managers.

Keywords: Management basato sull’evidenza, gestione del personale, leadership, coordinatori infermieristici, differenza tra evidenze e convinzioni, ricerca empirica.

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Filippo Ferrari, Gestione dei collaboratori ed evidenze scientifiche: uno studio sulle convinzioni dei coordinatori sanitari italiani in "MECOSAN" 111/2019, pp 57-82, DOI: 10.3280/MESA2019-111004