Culture at Work in Aviation and Medicine Robert L. Helmreich

ISBN: 9780291398536

Published: January 1st 1998

Hardcover

301 pages


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Culture at Work in Aviation and Medicine  by  Robert L. Helmreich

Culture at Work in Aviation and Medicine by Robert L. Helmreich
January 1st 1998 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 301 pages | ISBN: 9780291398536 | 5.66 Mb

The importance of culture-based attitudes, such as the degree of readiness to challenge, as well as to respect superiors and to assume authority in crimes, has an obvious and direct bearing on team effectiveness, not only in aviation and medicalMoreThe importance of culture-based attitudes, such as the degree of readiness to challenge, as well as to respect superiors and to assume authority in crimes, has an obvious and direct bearing on team effectiveness, not only in aviation and medical operating theaters, but in all complex industries.

The authors investigate and describe a range of cultural attributes, and the consequent impact on the quality of the individual and team performance. National, organizational, and professional cultural influences are all considered in the light of the wealth of results derived from the authors research in aviation and medical environments.



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