What Are Organisational Work Values?
- Open Communication
- Nature of the Work
- Control Over work content
- Job Security
- Stimulating Work
- Fringe Benefits
- Flexible work Schedule
- Advancement opportunity
- Salary / Wages
- Size of Organization
"Starbucks was founded around the experience and the environment of their stores. Starbucks was about a space with comfortable chairs, lots of power outlets, tables, and desks at which we could work and the option to spend as much time in their stores as we wanted without any pressure to buy.
We all when we see them however, It is far easier to experience than to describe company culture which is not just a single aspect of the game but the game in itself.
We normally shy away from discussing things at an organizational or cultural level as we are instead at various levels. But it is seen in Post COVID Scenario that a large number of organizations across the world are but also other topics like and Thus giving absolute weightage to Organisational climate that carries great significance in this changed scenario for maximizing utilization of human relations and resources at all levels to drive enhanced productivity and profitability.
At the root of any organization’s climate is a set of core characteristics that is valued collectively by members of an organization. The climate of an organization can be understood by checking the organizational behavior system around the spectrum of nuggets as outlined below.
It is imperative for Leaders & organisations to check whether these below mentioned 6 elements are in place or not?
Top 6 Factors Affacting Organisational ClimateAddOrganization Structure
A latest study by researches quantifies just how quickly high-flying companies fall back into the pack, with some plunging to the depths of their industry sector in record time.
A major Question that arises in front of us is
how can some companies maintain such an advantage?
Organizational capabilities that support collaboration, diversity and organizational learning are required for the that build future success.
As the product life cycle duration has been shortened in the digital age thus
Companies should anticipate about the changing business environment and accordingly keeping in mind the future needs must opt for planned change rather than sitting idle and waiting for changing business environment to largely impact them and then go for forced change. Education Industry is one such example which is undergoing forced change - a monumental shift in conventional Education, re-examining the architecture & eco-system of education where EdTech is taking a centre stage and revolutionising the whole learning landscape.
It is imperative for businesses to pay renewed attention on their businesses / Offerings exit strategies. There is no point throwing good money after bad.
[Views expressed are personal]