Piloting a logic-based framework for understanding organisational change process for a health IT implementation
This paper describes how a method for evaluating organisational change based on the theory of logical types can be used for classifying organisational change processes to understand change after the implementation of an electronic documentation system in a residential aged care facility. In this instance we assess the organisational change reflected by care staff's perceptions of the benefits of the new documentation system at one site, at pre-implementation, and at 12 months post-implementation. The results show how a coherent view from the staff as a whole of the personal benefits, the benefits for others and the benefits for the organization create a situation of positive feedback leading to embeddedness of the documentation system into the site, and a broader appreciation of the potential capabilities of the electronic documentation system.
Diment, K., Garrety, K. & Yu, P. (2011). Piloting a logic-based framework for understanding organisational change process for a health IT implementation. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 168, 44-50. Original item available here