Dr. Philip Green

Philip Green

Dr. Philip Green (University of Tennessee at Knoxville) is a co-author of the nationally-normed Organizational Social Context measure, designed to assess culture and climate of child welfare and mental health organizations. For the past 20 years he has collaborated and co-authored organizational social context research nationwide and abroad that encompasses child welfare, mental health, schools, nursing settings, and primary medical care samples. He is instrumental in all aspects of OSC measurement, administration, and reporting. He has designed and provides training to apply unique administration techniques for organizational-level assessment and accompanying support to researchers to identify appropriate organizational units for assessment and analysis. Dr. Green calculates widely accepted agreement indices necessary to ensure reliable and valid organizational-level data from responses among team members before producing OSC climate and culture standardized profiles. He has designed OSC measure unit level profiles, as well as procedures for establishing normative data within these profiles based on national child welfare and mental health normative datasets collected by the Center for Behavioral Health Research at the University of Tennessee.