Author/ aim

Type of source

Management/leadership strategies


Data source

Singh, (2014).

Aim: providing in-depth information on how one can manage skills in a nursing facility.


Embracing leadership qualities including staff empowerment, organization support, staff recognition, staff training, etc.

Google scholar

Taylor & Donoghue (2015).

Aim: determining new ways of providing services


Promoting empowerment and recognition of workers

Empowerment and recognition promotes improvements

Google scholar

Williams, Perillo, & Brown (2015).

Aim: determining organizational barriers to the implementation process


Creating a conducive workplace setting

Barriers to implementation are associated with nature of work place setting

Google scholar

You, Dunt, & Doyle (2017).

Aim: exploring perceived changes in practice


Promoting cultural changes

Empowerment is vital in supporting and sustain organizational changes

Google scholar

Yu et al., (2013).

Aim: investigating the effects of introducing new records in residential care and their courses


Enhancing a conducive work environment

Effects include lack of proper communication, poor information management, difficulty in retrieving information

NCBI database

Zimmerman, Shier, & Saliba (2014).

Aim: to improve the quality of care


Changing the nursing home culture

Empowering nurses, training nurses, promoting effective communication, promoting effective retrieval of information.

Gerontological Society of America database

West et al. (2014).

Aim: exploring how both organizational climate and culture influence performance


Organizational climate and cultural changes

The subculture of team working improves performance

Oxford handbook online database

WA Department of Health. (2015).

Aim: delivering a safe, high quality, sustainable health system

Health report

Changing the work environment

Respect, integrity, teamwork and good leadership

Government of Western Australia database