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Role of Coordination in the Organization

Role of Coordination in the Organization The organization consists of several components which are broad and complex. Hence, for carrying out its operations for achieving a balanced organizational performance, coordination is a necessary activity. Coordination is central to the very existence of an organization. It plays a fundamental role in the organization’s operational activities Different …

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Organizational Culture and Employee Behaviour

Organizational Culture and Employee Behaviour The organization consists of a collectivity with a relatively identifiable boundary, a normative order (rules), ranks of authority (hierarchy), communications system, and membership coordinating systems (procedures). The organization has its goals and human resources as well as constraints. Organizational employees have skills, knowledge, needs, and values pertaining to work and …

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Employee Development for Organizational Success

Employee Development for Organizational Success Employees are key element of the organization. The success or failure of the organization depends on the performance of its employees. Although there are several factors which play a key role, the organization needs capable employees for its performance and to remain competitive. The organization needs employee development for making …

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Employee Commitment and Organizational Performance

Employee Commitment and Organizational Performance In the present day environment which is not only competitive but also changing very fast due to the accelerated technological advance, the organizations are facing new challenges regarding sustained productivity and having employees who are committed to the organization. In today’s environment, no organization can perform at peak levels unless …

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Audit of Production Processes

Audit of Production Processes Production process is defined as a process of making and fabricating by converting the raw material (input) to finished good (output). An audit is the examination, verification, evaluation, assessment, and check activities. Hence, the production process audit can be defined as an activity to evaluate the process of making and fabricating …

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Organizational Environment and its Impact on the Performance

Organizational Environment and its Impact on the Performance  Organization is not like an isolated island. It does not exist in a void but it is rather in a state of constant interaction with various factors present in its environment. These factors can be internal to the organization or can be externally related. Organizational environment is …

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Workplace Culture

Workplace Culture Workplace culture is the tacit, (unspoken) social order of an organization, the shared patterns which determine what is viewed as appropriate behaviour of the employees and the group and help the employees make meaning of their collective environment. Its implicit and explicit systems define how an organization works in practice, regardless of what …

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Importance of Safety Culture in the Organization

Importance of Safety Culture in the Organization The safety culture is a set of practices (ways of doing) and a mindset (ways of thinking) which is widely shared by the members of the organization when it comes to controlling the most significant risks associated with its activities. It is not something which is specific to …

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Management of Relationship at Workplace

Management of Relationship at Workplace Healthy and positive relationships have been identified as one of the pillars of wellbeing. A healthy relationship can be the most important source of life satisfaction and wellbeing. The quality of relationship at the workplace matters not only for the employees’ ability to flourish personally, but is also likely to …

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Employees Trust and Work place Performance

Employees Trust and Work place Performance Trust, besides being an important and basic component of the effectiveness of social processes, is also central in context of the functioning of an organization. Trust is always gradually formed in the process of social exchange between two parties in an organizational context. In the organization, it is an …

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