This project builds on the work of Glisson et al., (2008) and the knowledge learned from community-based mental health organization’s internal structures (e.g., culture and climate), which possibly impede the implantation and adoption of new technologies. The Organizational Social Context (OSC) Model measurement system is guided by a model of social context that composes both organizational and individual level constructs, including individual and shared perceptions that are believed to mediate the impact of the organization on the individual. Although the OSC has been developed and validated over time, the literature does not provide guidance on test-retest reliability of the scale.
Patterson Silver Wolf (Adelv unegv Waya), David A. PhD; Maguin, Eugene PhD; Dulmus, Catherine N. PhD; and Nisbet, Bruce C., "Measuring a Community-based Mental Health Organization’s Culture and Climate Scores Stability" (2011). Brown School Faculty Publications. 8.