Institutionen för handel och företagande
Organisationer, chef- och ledarskap, professioner, resiliens och institutionella arrangemang, samt förändringsmöjligheter.
Nomie är aktiv i forskargruppen Medarbetarskap och Organisatorisk Resiliens, en del av Framtidens företagande vid Högskolan i Skövde samt vid KFi, kommunforskning i Västsverige.
Friska vindar i sjukvården - Stöd och hinder vid förändringar i professionella organisationer. Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet, PhD Thesis.
Change in professional organizations is very difficult to achieve. In this thesis the implementation of a decided change towards a process oriented method of working in healthcare is studied. The aim is to identify what possibilities and obstacles the professions’, as nurses and physicians, have in order to implement a new working method and also to explain why. A process oriented way of working differs from traditional working methods since with the new methods activities are synchronized into a logical chain without repetitions. It gives a standardized way of working for patients in a diagnosis. The new working method also changes what is provided by healthcare, how it is performed, and by whom.
The results show that the implementation of processes is supported by the dialogue between the professionals, fiery spirits, and offers from hospital management about education and incentives. Obstacles are activities such as rounds, reports and documentation and they are hard to adapt into processes since they have developed into ceremonies and path dependence.
However, the taken for granted traditional working method only changed to some extent, which could be linked both to the strength of institutional patterns and the strategies used to implement a more process-oriented approach.
Chefskap i professionella organisationer: läkare som cheferCregård Anna, Eriksson NomieAtt leda i en komplex organisation - Utmaningar och nya perspektiv för chefer i offentlig verksamhet (71-82). Stockholm: Natur och kultur, 2018.
Followership for Organizational Resilience in Health care
Eriksson NomieThe Resilience Framework: Organizing for Sustained Viability (163-179). Singapore: Springer, 2018.
Challenges in Hospitals Digitalization – Physicians’ and Nurses’ OutlookEriksson Nomie24th Nordic Academy of Management Conference (NFF), Bodø, Norway, August 23-25, 2017. 2017.
Hospital management from a high reliability organizational change perspective: A Swedish case on Lean and Six Sigma
Eriksson NomieInternational Journal of Public Sector Management, 2017, 30(1), 67-84.
Interprofessional Barriers: A Study of Quality Improvement Work Among Nurses and Physicians
Eriksson Nomie, Müllern TomasQuality Management in Health Care, 2017, 26(2), 63-69.
The professional logic in welfare organizations: implications for change
Eriksson Nomie, Gadolin Christian24th Nordic Academy of Management Conference (NFF), Bodø, August 23-25, 2017. 2017.
Involvement Drivers: A Study of Nurses and Physicians in Improvement WorkEriksson Nomie, Müllern Tomas, Andersson Thomas et al.Quality Management in Health Care, 2016, 25(2), 85-91.
Managing healthcare information: analyzing trust
Söderström Eva, Eriksson Nomie, Åhlfeldt Rose-MharieInternational Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 2016, 29(7), 786-800.
Achieving Change in Professional Organizations: An Institutional Logics PerspectiveGadolin Christian, Eriksson Nomie23rd Nordic Academy of Management Conference (NFF), Copenhagen, August 12-14, 2015. 2015.
Fiery Spirits in the context of institutional entrepreneurship in Swedish healthcare
Eriksson Nomie, Ujvari SandorJournal of Health Organisation & Management, 2015, 29(4), 515-531.