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Organizational climate in air traffic control

Arvidsson, Marcus LU ; Johansson, Curt R LU ; Ek, Åsa LU and Akselsson, Roland LU (2002) Occupational Health Psychology: Empowerment, Participation & Health at Work In European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology conference proceedings series p.24-27
Abstract
A positive and innovative organizational climate is of great importance in order to manage and adapt to change. Such a climate seldom evolves in organizations closely governed by rules and regulations. Because of ongoing organizational and technical changes within the Swedish Air Navigation Services Provider, a study concerning the organizational climate for changes and innovations was conducted to investigate the organization’s capacity to cope with changes. Study locations were the two Swedish main air traffic control centers and parts of the civil aviation administration headquarters. 390 subjects took part in the study and the CCQ questionnaire was used to measure the organizational climate. The results show that the organizational... (More)
A positive and innovative organizational climate is of great importance in order to manage and adapt to change. Such a climate seldom evolves in organizations closely governed by rules and regulations. Because of ongoing organizational and technical changes within the Swedish Air Navigation Services Provider, a study concerning the organizational climate for changes and innovations was conducted to investigate the organization’s capacity to cope with changes. Study locations were the two Swedish main air traffic control centers and parts of the civil aviation administration headquarters. 390 subjects took part in the study and the CCQ questionnaire was used to measure the organizational climate. The results show that the organizational climate is quite positive despite the rule governed work. The results also show that administrative personnel assess the organizational climate as more positive than operative personnel. Comparisons between management positions did not result in any differences. (Less)
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organizational climate, air traffic control, GEFA questionnaire
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European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology conference proceedings series
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Weikert, Clemens; Torkelson, Eva; Pryce, Joanna; ; and
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Institute of Work, Nottingham University Business School
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Occupational Health Psychology: Empowerment, Participation & Health at Work
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1473-0200
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  abstract     = {A positive and innovative organizational climate is of great importance in order to manage and adapt to change. Such a climate seldom evolves in organizations closely governed by rules and regulations. Because of ongoing organizational and technical changes within the Swedish Air Navigation Services Provider, a study concerning the organizational climate for changes and innovations was conducted to investigate the organization’s capacity to cope with changes. Study locations were the two Swedish main air traffic control centers and parts of the civil aviation administration headquarters. 390 subjects took part in the study and the CCQ questionnaire was used to measure the organizational climate. The results show that the organizational climate is quite positive despite the rule governed work. The results also show that administrative personnel assess the organizational climate as more positive than operative personnel. Comparisons between management positions did not result in any differences.},
  author       = {Arvidsson, Marcus and Johansson, Curt R and Ek, Åsa and Akselsson, Roland},
  booktitle    = {European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology conference proceedings series},
  editor       = {Weikert, Clemens and Torkelson, Eva and Pryce, Joanna},
  issn         = {1473-0200},
  keyword      = {organizational climate,air traffic control,GEFA questionnaire},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {24--27},
  publisher    = {Institute of Work, Nottingham University Business School},
  title        = {Organizational climate in air traffic control},
  year         = {2002},
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