Smart Simplicity, Communication, Work Autonomy, Perceived Stress, Burnout and a Research
In this research, it is aimed to reveal the minds of hospital employees about intelligent simplicity, organizational communication, work autonomy, perceived stress and burnout. The research questionnaire is designed by using smart simplicity, communication, work autonomy, perceived stress and burnout syndrome scales in the literature. Hypotheses about the designed model were created. A total of 183 samples were used for the research project and the data were analyzed statistically. The data obtained with the questionnaires were analyzed and interpreted using SPSS and AMOS 22.0 program. Reliability analyzes were conducted for each scale included in the questionnaire. Structural validity was also investigated by applying confirmatory factor analyzes for each scale. The data analyzes were analyzed with the structural equation model to test the research hypotheses. Good fit index for the model revealed that the model is valid. According to the data analysis results; the standardized regression coefficient coefficient, which has an effect on the Personal Accomplishment variable of the Organizational Communication variable, is significant according to the modified and included models. The standardized regression coefficient, which influences the Smart Simplicity variable to the Personal Accomplishment variable, is significant. Organizational Communication variable and Smart Simplicity variable affect the Personal Accomplishment variable in the same way. If the value of the Organizational Communication variable and the Smart Simplicity variable increase, the value of the Personal Accomplishment variable also increases. In this model, the Personal Accomplishment variant can be explained by 25%. The effect of the work-related stress variable on the Emotional Burnout variable is significant. Work Autonomy variable has significant effect on Emotional Burnout variable. It affects Emotional Burnout variable of the Work Autonomy variable in the same way as the work stress variable. In this model the Emotional Burnout variable can be explained by 32%. This model study is limited to 183 participants and it is desired to shed light on the managers with the mentioned organizational behavior variables.
Keywords - Smart Simplicity, Communication, Work Autonomy, Perceived Stress, Burnout Syndrome.