An Empirical Bivariate Study: Understanding Organizational Culture Dimensions Impacting Employee's Performance in IT Industry, Tamilnadu
M Karthik, A Vasumathi
Available Online February 2018.
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- Organizational culture, Employee rights and empowerment, Job description, Employee performance
- The purpose of this paper is to determine the level to which organizational culture is an expounding variable for the employee's performance that leads to overall organizational productivity. Alharbi Awadh (2013) found that the organization culture helps in internalizing joint relationship that leads to manage effective organizational processes. Mullins and Peakock (1991) reported that empowered employees have a greater sense of organizational loyalty, job satisfaction and motivation. Jorgensen (2005) stated that job rotation enhances employee's career, improves productivity and employee retention. Reviews of empirical and theoretical studies revealed that limited researches were done in IT Sector on organizational culture dimensions towards employee's performance. Hence, the goal of this paper is to find out significant relationship between organizational culture dimensions in terms of experience, versatility in the job, freedom in expressing concerns, influencing the decisions and rights to take necessary decisions over the employee's performance attributes in IT industry at Chennai region. The study found a positive relationship between freedom in expressing concerns and the employee's competitiveness towards the job. The study also found a positive correlation between influencing the decisions that affects the employees and the employees being resourcefulness. The study also found a positive correlation between the support and authority to make the decisions necessary for accomplishing the tasks and the employees being initiative. The study also revealed the significant difference between the experience of the employees and their responses towards feeling versatility in their job which has greater scope for career growth. The study also found a significant variance between experience of the employees and employee's performance attributes
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TY - CONF AU - M Karthik AU - A Vasumathi PY - 2018/02 DA - 2018/02 TI - An Empirical Bivariate Study: Understanding Organizational Culture Dimensions Impacting Employee's Performance in IT Industry, Tamilnadu BT - International Conference for Phoenixes on Emerging Current Trends in Engineering and Management (PECTEAM 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 193 EP - 198 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/pecteam-18.2018.34 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/pecteam-18.2018.34 ID - Karthik2018/02 ER -