At the core. A system measures the level of employee commitment to its core values.

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Corporate culture has been described as the shared values that drive employee satisfaction and enhance employee commitment to the organization. Therefore system leaders must know the strength of their corporate culture. Sisters of St. Francis Health Services, Inc. (SFHS), wanted to measure whether it had a strong corporate culture based on its stated values. Executives, managers, and physicians completed surveys that assessed employee job satisfaction, commitment to the organization, and perceived strength of the system's culture. The survey achieved a 68 percent response rate. SFHS learned that it had a strong culture based on tradition and that special and unique core corporate values define "systemness" throughout its different facilities. Although each facility serves significantly different functions, leaders throughout the system make everyday decisions using the same core corporate values.

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Citation:- Solbach MT, Atchison MT, Ryan MT, .At the core. A system measures the level of employee commitment to its core values. Health progress (Saint Louis, Mo.) 1990-Dec;71()42-5 DOI:



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Journal Title - Health progress (Saint Louis, Mo.)

ISSN - 0882-1577

Volume - 71

Issue - 10

Publish date - 1990-Dec

Language - eng

Country - UNITED STATES


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