Indian work onorganizational effectiveness by Pradip N. Khandwalla (Working Paper, No. 1984/532) Khandwalla, Pradip N.

By: Khandwalla, Pradip N
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1984Description: 30 p.Subject(s): Organizational efectiveness - IndiaDDC classification: WP 1984 (532) Summary: Organizational effectiveness is a multi-dimensional construct. It may also be an important systemic variable which is both an outcome of organizational structures and processes and also their determinant. The multi-dimensionality of organizational effectiveness may reflect the multiple perspectives on organizations, of being purposive collectivities, human ecologies, living systems, and social entities. Of particular significance for the developing world is the view of strategic organizations as social entities that can make significant contributions to socio-economic transformation of poor societies. Several relatively recent papers have been briefly reviewed for their relevance to organizational effectiveness of strategic organizations in a developmental effectiveness of strategic organizations in a developmental context. These papers illumine such diverse facets of organizational effectiveness as organizational diagnosis, OD interventions and work redesign for greater effectiveness, leadership of organizational work units, style of management of the organization, management of new strategic programmes/organizations, management of established strategic organizations, and institution building. Some tentative inferences for the developing world's strategic organizations are discussed.
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Organizational effectiveness is a multi-dimensional construct. It may also be an important systemic variable which is both an outcome of organizational structures and processes and also their determinant. The multi-dimensionality of organizational effectiveness may reflect the multiple perspectives on organizations, of being purposive collectivities, human ecologies, living systems, and social entities. Of particular significance for the developing world is the view of strategic organizations as social entities that can make significant contributions to socio-economic transformation of poor societies. Several relatively recent papers have been briefly reviewed for their relevance to organizational effectiveness of strategic organizations in a developmental effectiveness of strategic organizations in a developmental context. These papers illumine such diverse facets of organizational effectiveness as organizational diagnosis, OD interventions and work redesign for greater effectiveness, leadership of organizational work units, style of management of the organization, management of new strategic programmes/organizations, management of established strategic organizations, and institution building. Some tentative inferences for the developing world's strategic organizations are discussed.

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