|Reference : Performance Monitoring Systems in Healthcare Organizations The Managerial Perception of ...|
|Scientific congresses and symposiums : Paper published in a book|
|Business & economic sciences : Accounting & auditing|
|Performance Monitoring Systems in Healthcare Organizations The Managerial Perception of Uncertainty in Volatile Environments|
|[fr] Les systèmes de pilotage de la performance dans les organisations de soins de santé : la perception managériale de l'incertitude dans des environnements volatiles|
|Rouhana, Rima [Arab Open University of Beyrouth (Lebanon) - AOU Beyrouth > > > >]|
|Van Caillie, Didier [Université de Liège - ULg > HEC-Ecole de gestion de l'ULg : UER > Diagnostic et contrôle de l'entreprise >]|
|Proceedings of the 10th IAMB Conference - "Management Challenges in Global Economy"|
|[fr] Actes de la 10ème Conférence Internationale de l'IAMB - "Les défis du management dans une économie globalisée"|
|10th IAMB Conference - 2011 - Summer conference in Istanbul|
|du 20 au 22 juin 2011|
|International Academy of Management and Business - IAMB|
|[en] Performance Management ; Performance Monitoring Systems ; HealthCare Organizations ; Managerial Perception ; Uncertainty ; Volatile Environment|
|[fr] Gestion de la performance ; Système de pilotage de la performance ; Organisation de soins de santé ; Perception managériale ; Incertitude ; Environnement volatile|
|[en] Monitoring performance in healthcare organizations appears evolving drastically over time, due to a
continuous search for better quality, efficiency and timeliness. As a result, the usefulness of traditional
management/performance control systems in such organizations is questioned and a focus is then made on the
context in which each organization is operating.
In a contingent-based perspective, a limited number of qualitative and quantitative empirical studies
examine how some major contingent variables (nature of the organization, size, structure…) influence both the
managerial decision-making process and the management control process in healthcare organizations. But,
while largely integrated in other managerial contexts (Kabwigiri and Van Caillie, 2000), most of them ignore
the variable “uncertainty” and how uncertainty is perceived by managers in healthcare organizations.
So, the prime interest of our empirical study is to appraise how uncertainty is appraised by managers in
volatile environments. To investigate this subject further, we rely on seminal studies that link between the
influence of the organizational attributes (structure, size, level of technology), and their effect on the managerial
decisions-making (personal profile and perception) of a suitable management control system (MCS).
Our methodology rests on a “qualitative comparative approach” of thirty case studies, lead in two
heterogeneous environments (Belgium and Lebanon). Such method allows us to validate our theoretical
framework with qualitative case studies collected via semi-structured questionnaire. Our findings provide us
with a dialogue between a single (in-depth) case study exploring the phenomenon and a qualitative comparative
approach. Thus, we gain understanding of the causal mechanisms and processes, as well as of the core
determinants of the healthcare managerial adoption of performance monitoring systems (PMS).
|Centre d'Etudes de la Performance des Entreprises - C.E.P.E.|
|Researchers ; Professionals ; Students|
|Best Paper Award granted to Mrs Rouhana as a Junior Associate Professor|
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