Values, Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction: An Empirical Evidence

Values, Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction: An Empirical Evidence

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von Natarajan Kumar


Competitive environment of the present day has forced academicians and practicing managers to understand the antecedents of organizational effectiveness. This book deals with the concept of 'values' right through its evolution, the measurement constraints involved and its relationship with work area outcomes like organizational commitment and job satisfaction in the Indian context. The book has gone beyond the stereotype and made some new revelations in the relationship of values with work behaviors. The research questioned the well accepted belief that value congruence leads to positive work area behaviors and empirically proved that more than personal values and the congruence between the personal and organizational values, the perceived organizational values are major predictors of positive work area behaviors such as organizational commitment and job satisfaction. In that too, the values of fairness, openness, logic and moral integrity emerge as a major predictor of affective organizational commitment and intrinsic job satisfaction which are essential contributors to organizational effectiveness. An essential read for academicians and practicing managers

Tags: Wirtschaft, Management

Taschenbuch - 9783848485543
Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Ersterscheinung: April 2012
ISBN-13: 9783848485543
Größe: 220 mm x 150 mm x 11 mm
Gewicht: 290 Gramm
184 Seiten
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