“ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ORGANISATION AND ITS INFLUENCIAL FACTORS” A Study on KITCO Ltd.
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The success of an organisation depends not only on the profit earned, but on the overall effectiveness it is achieved. The topic “Organisational Effectiveness” measures the influence of various factors which lead the company KITCO Ltd. to hire the inspiring success in the consultancy services sector. For an organization to be effective various types of variables are used. But for our study only six variables are used. They are employee performance, employee motivation, leadership, organizational culture strategic management and finally corporate ethics are incorporated in the present study for the conceptual model to enhance the organizational performance of KITCO. Review of literature comprises what is meant by the term Organisational Effectiveness, the factors influencing OE and how an organisation is achieving the effectiveness through properly maintaining all these factors. A total of 60 respondents will be survey to gather information to accomplish aim and objectives. Out of 60 participants 24 of them were employees and 36 management level (HR-2, Consultant-20, and project engineers-14). The outcome will reveal that exerts a positive influence on organisation effectiveness.
Table of Contents
Chapter One Introduction
1.2 Organizational Background
1.3 Significance of the Study
1.4 Problem Statements:
1.5 Research Aim
1.6 Research Objectives
1.7 Research Questions
1.8 Explanation and Definition of Key terms
1.9 Research Methodology
1.10 Chapter Outline
Chapter Two: Literature Review
2.1 What is Organization Effectiveness?
2.2 Conceptual models of OE in an organisation
2.2.1 Employees Performance
2.2.2 Employee Motivation:
2.2.3 Strategic management
1. Transactional leadership
2.2.5 Organizational culture
2.2.6 Corporate ethics
Chapter Three: Research Methodology
3.1 Research Philosophy:
3.2 Research Approach
3.2.1 Deductive Approach
3.2.2 Inductive Approach
3.3 Research Strategy
3.3.1 Case Study
3.4 Research choices:
3.5 Research Design:
3.5.1. Descriptive Design
3.5.2. Explanatory Design
3.5.3. Exploratory Design
3.6. THE TIME HORIZONS
3.6.1. Longitudinal Analysis
3.6.2. Cross Sectional Analysis
3.7. DATA COLLECTION: TYPES AND TECHNIQUES
3.7.1 Primary Data:
3.7.2 Secondary Data.
3.7.3 Sample Design:
3.7.4 Pilot Study:
3.7.5. Limitations in Data Collection and Role of Ethics
45 3.8 Statistical Tools:
3.8.1 Percentage Analysis
3.9 Limitations of the Study
Chapter Four: Data Analysis
4.1 General Information about the Employees
4.2 Finding of the Survey of Six Variables
4.2.1 Section 1: Employee Performance
4.3 Variable Score:
4.4 Organisation Effectiveness Score
4.5 Overall Analysis of Organisational Effectiveness
Chapter Five: Conclusion and Recommendation
5.2.1 Employee Performance
5.2.2 Employee Motivation:
5.2.3 Organisation Strategy:
5.2.5 Organisation Culture:
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