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EuroMed Journal of Management

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  • Investigating the relationship between organizational culture factors and organizational ethics factors: a research in a hospital   Order a copy of this article
    by Zeinab Babaeinesami, Abdollah Babaeinesami 
    Abstract: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between organisational culture and organisational ethics in Rouhani Hospital. This topic has been very little explored. The statistical population of this study is the personnel of the Rouhani Hospital, numbering 190 people, 127 of which were selected by random sampling based on the method of Krejcie and Morgan (1970). The data were collected using Robbins (1991) organisational culture questionnaire and Hunt et al.’s (1989) organisational ethics questionnaire. SPSS software was used to analyse the research data. The inferential test used in the present study includes: the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test and Pearson correlation coefficient to investigate the relationship. The results of the analysis of the findings showed that there is a significant relationship between organisational culture elements and organisational ethics. Among the elements of organisational culture, creativity and innovation of the Rouhani Hospital we had the most significant relationship with organisational ethics at the significant level of 0.05.
    Keywords: culture; organisational culture; ethics; organisational ethics; Rouhani Hospital.
    DOI: 10.1504/EMJM.2024.10060677
  • How do the managers of local businesses integrate the digital transition imperative into their strategy?   Order a copy of this article
    by Déborah LEJUSTE, FRANCOIS ACQUATELLA, Martine Hlady-Rispal 
    Abstract: While the deployment of modern digital tools, understood internally, could have an impact on organisation and production processes, the perception of growing complexity, combined with a lack of training, are preventing local businesses managers from implementing a real long-term digital strategy, to meet their customers’ expectations as effectively as possible. A qualitative study analysed the attitudes and behaviours of local businesses managers, as well as their strategies, showing how societal changes are nevertheless pushing them towards digital maturity. Beyond a real awareness of the importance of integrating digital technology into their strategy, and the desire to make it converge with the ecological transition, DIY and a lack of time are holding back innovation and digital maturity, which suggests the long road ahead for local businesses managers, who are nonetheless the key to successful and profitable digital integration.
    Keywords: digital transition; manager; local business; strategy; crisis.
    DOI: 10.1504/EMJM.2024.10061593