Concept Of Organizational Climate

946 Words4 Pages
Concept.2.0 Organizational effectiveness and organizational climate:
Organizational effectiveness can be define as the ability of a company to enhance employee’s satisfaction ,reduce turnovers , and optimizing productivity by giving quality services to customers. Engaging in this type of activities can enable the organization to stand the test of time even when the economic situation is tough

Organizational climate simply refers to the way employees view their various places of employment. Researcher Kurt Lewin was the first to study the concept of organizational climate before presenting an argument that the way people behave can be traced to the environment
…show more content…
To illustrate, employees demand a positive work climate that can stimulate satisfaction hence, the organization needs to put into consideration the holistic nature of their employees to enable them connect strongly and positively to their various tasks and organization.

2.1 Significance of the concept.

Studies on Organizational climate have revealed that it is very possible to envisage organizational effectiveness (e.g. Feng et al. 2011). This concept shows how effective an organization is achieving it set targets. In other to achieve maximally, individuals need to be motivated by trying to meet their basic needs of life through the use of Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and other motivational theories. When the workplace climate is conducive for employees, it helps in enhancing their productivity level, improves the managers effectiveness, reduce errors there by reducing unnecessary expenses and a better quality of service is given to patients and clients.

2.2 Current research activities related to the concept/implementation of activities related to the concept.

…show more content…
Martz (2013) made an organizational effectiveness checklist (OEC) consisting of 12 general criteria of performance.
The OEC is a mains of measurement used for evaluating the performance of an organization and it is to be used by a professional. Diverse theoretical views can be responsible for the different ways effectiveness measurements are used.

Organizational climate

Highly effective organizations possess climatic conditions that have measurable characteristics. Continuous improving education and training are now compulsory for any establishment who wants to keep competing with their rivals in the industry and also for them to remain relevant ( Tharenou et al., 2007).
There was a significant relationship between organizational climate and performance outcome of organizations bases on Griffith’s (2006) study and those of some other researchers. Considering previous studies, two main modes are obvious namely: the macro mode (external environment) which focuses on how individuals perceive their entire working environment; the second one is referred to as the micro mode (internal environment) which deals with specific aspects of the organization’s environment (Kangis, Gordon & Williams,
Open Document