Enhancing Organizational Effectiveness by Performance Appraisal, Training, Employee Participation, and Job Definition

Amin Tahsildari, Shila Shahnaei


Organizations face challenges while they live in a dynamic and competitive environment. The effectiveness of a business constitutes its ability to perform a function with optimal levels of input and output. Improving organizational effectiveness is a sober concern for any organization as a matter of existence. This has to be achieved through implementation of important organizational effectiveness factors. Enhancing organizational effectiveness is the key for success in any business and consequently managers are expected to increase the efficiency of their work environment. Fundamentally, this paper offers a framework for improving organizational effectiveness. 165 questionnaires were distributed among students in a university and collected data was analyzed through factor analysis, reliability, correlation, and regression test. The findings revealed that training, employee participation, performance appraisal, and job description have significant effect on organizational effectiveness.

Keywords: Organizational Effectiveness by Performance Appraisal, Training, Employee participation, and Job Definition

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