Practices Imperative to Freedom the Constructs of Organisational Effectiveness: The Constructs of Organisational Effectiveness (Paperback)
The complexity and competitiveness of today's business environment require that
companies continuously seek to enhance their effectiveness. Imperatives for sustained
performance in an organization need to factor in leadership styles, productivity,
adaptation to change, process improvements, and capability enhancement
(knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies). In the global corporate scenario, it
has been found that organizational effectiveness (OE) has helped business entities
not only to survive in the fierce global competition but as well grow and diversify.
However, issues of seeking continuous improvements in business operations have
been dwelling the policymakers and thinkers alike, keeping in view the ever-changing
environmental factors drove both by the internal and external dimensions.