Hallinnon Tutkimus 2023-11-22T10:38:13+02:00 Harri Jalonen Open Journal Systems <p>Hallinnon Tutkimus on neljästi vuodessa ilmestyvä tieteellinen aikakauslehti.</p> Hanketyön arviointi sosiaali- ja terveydenhuollon, kuntoutuksen ja työllisyydenhoidon kehittämisessä 2023-06-01T10:44:18+03:00 Matti Joensuu Heidi Räsänen Kirsi Unkila 2023-11-22T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Hallinnon Tutkimus Toimintatutkimus muutoshankkeissa 2023-06-01T16:01:12+03:00 Raimo Hälinen Pertti Järvinen <p>-</p> 2023-11-22T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Hallinnon Tutkimus Vasta luettu tutkimus voi olla vaikuttavaa 2023-10-18T14:16:40+03:00 Harri Jalonen 2023-11-22T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Hallinnon Tutkimus Informaatioresilienssin rakentumiseen vaikuttavien tekijöiden ilmeneminen varautumista koskevassa asiantuntijapuheessa 2023-06-20T10:03:32+03:00 Aino Rantamäki <p style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>The manifestation of factors affecting the construction of information resilience in an expert speech on preparedness</strong></p> <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Crisis situations create uncertainties that challenge societal function and security. Previous studies have found that in the future recurring crises will be more regular events than exceptions. Information resilience has been proposed as one of the ways to overcome various information-related threats and uncertainties caused by crisis situations. This study examines information resilience in the context of pre-crisis preparedness. The research aims to identify factors affecting the construction of information resilience in experts’ speech on preparedness. The results suggest that the key to building information resilience is a shared desire for effective future preparedness. The main challenge is a culture that does not accept imperfect information.</span></p> 2023-11-22T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Hallinnon Tutkimus Kuntayhtiöiden hallitusten puheenjohtajien poliittinen tausta ja monimuotoisuus 2023-02-15T10:06:47+02:00 Jari Kankaanpää Lasse Oulasvirta Janne Ruohonen <p><strong>The political background and diversity of MOC chairs</strong></p> <p>Study examines whether the chairs of the board of Finnish municipally owned companies (MOCs) have political backgrounds and what their distribution by gender is. Specifically, the study aims to discover possible differences between the MOCs of the 21 largest Finnish cities (C21) and those owned by the smaller municipalities. By using agency theory, statistical methods, and a dataset of 1012 MOCs and political background of chairs, this study finds support for the hypothesis that the MOCs of C21 cities have less politically connected chairs than the MOCs of the smaller municipalities. 46,6 % have a chair with a political background. While the study discovers the share of female chairs to be rather small (16,7 %), there appears to be no significant difference in diversity between the MOCs of larger and smaller municipalities.</p> 2023-11-22T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Hallinnon Tutkimus Organisaation oppiminen sosiaali- ja terveydenhuolto-organisaatioissa – Kollektiivinen reflektio käytännön strategiatyössä 2023-03-22T11:44:06+02:00 Heidi Korin Kirsi Liikamaa <p><strong>Organizational learning in social and healthcare organizations-Collective reflection during strategizing</strong></p> <p>This research explores how collective reflection during strategizing supports organizational learning. Strategizing evolves over time as strategy practitioners interact with each other, use different strategy practices, and gain more experience of their strategy work. However, this learning process and the meaning of collective reflection within it has not been given attention in previous research. The theoretical frame of the study consists of strategy-as-practice (SAP), collective reflection, and organizational learning literature. In particular, the 4I-framework of organizational learning developed by Crossan et. al. (1999) is utilized. The empirical data were collected by a survey. According to the findings of the study, collective reflection during strategizing supports organizational learning, which, during strategizing, proceeds through microprocesses of intuition, interpretation, integration, and institutionalization. Furthermore, the study shows that the 4I model is suitable for scrutinizing organizational learning during strategizing.</p> 2023-11-22T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Hallinnon Tutkimus Käsiteanalyysi etäjohtamisesta 2023-04-26T16:38:43+03:00 Lotta Salin Jonna Koponen <p><strong>Concept analysis of e-leadership</strong></p> <p>E-leadership has become a topical research theme due to increased remote work and technological development. However, the current literature does not provide a shared approach to defining e-leadership. This theoretical study provides a concept analysis of e-leadership in the business and management context. The data consists of peer-reviewed articles and book chapters (N=33) in which e-leadership is the central focus and is selected based on a systematic literature search. In our findings, we show how e-leadership definitions have evolved from 2000 to 2022. We identify that the literature defines e-leadership as a social influencing process, e-leadership conditions, or e-leadership competence. Moreover, we identify five attributes of e-leadership: (1) leading dispersed organizations, (2) applying ICTs in organizations, (3) leading virtual teams, (4) emphasizing communication, and (5) e-leadership competence. Finally, we present an integrative theoretical definition of e-leadership.</p> 2023-11-22T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Hallinnon Tutkimus Organisaatioiden eettinen infrastruktuuri konfliktien johtamisen suunnannäyttäjänä 2023-04-19T08:52:49+03:00 Jenni Kantola Petra Hietanen-Kunwald Anisa Doty <p><strong>Ethical infrastructure of organizations as a guide for conflict management</strong></p> <p>Unethical behavior at the workplace may have a negative impact on workers´ job satisfaction, engagement, and overall wellbeing. However, organizations have different strategies and orientations to managing and sustaining an ethical environment. In this qualitative study we explore what contributes to individuals´ experience of successful conflict management. We study this from the perspective of ethical infrastructure, that is a set of formal and informal systems that build ethical culture in organizations. We conducted nine in-depth interviews and used the first two phases of Appreciative Inquiry (AI) (define and dream) to identify and envision good practice. The study identified constructive practice, collective agency, communication, emotional skills, and a working culture based on dialogue as factors supporting future workplaces in conflict resolution. The study highlights the need to understand conflict management as being dependent on, and in interaction with other elements </p> 2023-11-22T00:00:00+02:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Hallinnon Tutkimus