A Study on Organizational Culture at a Private Sector in Tiruchirappalli District

A. Vaishali, M. Daniel Solomon


Modern organization have grown in many folds in defining techniques to study and improve their functioning. Organization culture is an aspect that impact every organization’s functioning. Different kinds of organizations need a different kind of culture to be setup. Organizational culture is defined in terms of shared meanings, patterns of beliefs, rituals, symbols and myths that evolve over time, serving to reduce human variability and control and shape employee behaviour in organizations- peter & waterman (1982).  Keeping in this view the researcher aim is to study the perception of organizational culture which prevails in the private sector. The present study was undertaken with the objective of i) to study the organizational culture as perceived by the respondents and to study its relation with other concepts under study ii) to suggest appropriate measures for strengthening organizational culture, and to find out the value in the organization culture. The researcher collected 101 data from a private sector in tiruchirappalli district. The standardized scale by Udai Pareek was used to collect data the scale consist of eight dimension namely openness, confrontation, trust, authenticity, pro action, autonomy, collaboration and experimentation. The data was analysed using SPSS and the major Finding reveals that More than half 54.5 percent of the respondent have low level of organizational Culture and less than half 45.5 percent of the respondent have high level of organizational Culture.

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