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Индивидуальный стиль принятия решений руководителей медицинских организаций в перспективе оценки управленческого потенциала

Куделина О. В., Филинов Н. Б.

In assessing management potential of a manager, it is necessary to consider one's personal characteristics, in particular, management decision-making style. A physician repeatedly makes clinical decisions on patients’ treatment and this experience shapes his/her individual decision-making style, which in turn defines personal features of physician as a leader. 

Purpose of study. To evaluate the management potential of leaders of medical institutions of the Tomsk oblast on the basis of investigation on their decision-making styles. The decision-making style was identified using A. Rowe's technique (Decision Style Inventory) widely applied in various research areas. The sampling of survey included 1097 physicians, including head physicians (4,8%), deputy head physicians (10,1%), heads of department (11,9%). 

 

 In assessing management potential of a manager, it is necessary to consider one's personal characteristics, in particular, management decision-making style. A physician repeatedly makes clinical decisions on patients’ treatment and this experience shapes his/her individual decision-making style, which in turn defines personal features of physician as a leader. 

Purpose of study. To evaluate the management potential of leaders of medical institutions of the Tomsk oblast on the basis of investigation on their decision-making styles. The decision-making style was identified using A. Rowe's technique (Decision Style Inventory) widely applied in various research areas. The sampling of survey included 1097 physicians, including head physicians (4,8%), deputy head physicians (10,1%), heads of department (11,9%).