Organizational climate and managerial effectiveness: an Indian perspective
Published on May 16, 2013in International Journal of Organizational Analysis
· DOI :10.1108/IJOA-09-2011-0514
Purpose – Research on organizational climate has shown a significant upward trend in the recent past. The purpose of the present study is to propose a conceptual model that empirically examines the relationship of dimensions of organizational climate with managerial effectiveness in Indian organizations.Design/methodology/approach – A data set of 245 managers/executives was collected from Indian organizations through a survey instrument. The collected responses were subsequently tested by using structural equation modeling (SEM). Further, the hypothesized model was tested by employing five stages of hierarchical multiple regressions.Findings – The findings suggest that organizational climate dimensions, i.e. organizational process, altruistic behaviour, role clarity and communication, results‐rewards orientation and certain aspects of interpersonal relationships play a significant role in increasing managerial effectiveness.Research limitations/implications – The results indicate ways in which organizatio...