Healthcare Facilities Management Leadership Style Compared to Traditional Healthcare Business and Clinical Leaders
Graduate School of Business
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
Leadership, Healthcare, Facilities Management, Executive
Business | Leadership Studies
Ashlock, Joshua Paul, "Healthcare Facilities Management Leadership Style Compared to Traditional Healthcare Business and Clinical Leaders" (2020). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 2463.
The healthcare environment presents constant challenges related to the provision of safe and quality care to patients. Interactions between traditional business and clinical healthcare leaders and healthcare facilities management leaders are increasing to meet the environment of care needs for healthcare organizations. This study examined the leadership style differences between two healthcare leadership groups, represented by the American College of Healthcare Executive members as well as members of the American Society of Healthcare Engineers and provides insight into the leadership trait differences between these groups. Transformational leadership traits and self-perception of outcomes for leadership showed higher within the ACHE group, while transactional and passive-avoidant leadership showed no statistical difference.