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Title: Organizational culture and commitment: a comparative analysis of it professionals in Indian and foreign managed firms in Chennai
Researcher: Vasanthi Kumari, K
Guide(s): Chandra Mohan, A
Keywords: Management
Upload Date: 11-Apr-2014
University: SRM University
Completed Date: July 2010
Abstract: Interpreting and understanding organizational culture is an important activity for managers, researchers and consultants because it affects strategic development, productivity and learning at all levels. Cultural assumptions can both enable and constrain what organizations are able to do. Understanding how committed employees are within an organization is a valuable tool for managing and fostering a successful work environment. A continued appreciation of newlineemployee commitment is especially beneficial following organizational change newlineas it has been shown that change inevitably impacts commitment levels to some newlinedegree. Viewing this, this study aims in analyzing organisational culture and newlinecommitment of IT professionals of Indian and foreign managed IT firms in Chennai. This study was focussed to identify organisational culture and commitment dimensions which influenced the IT professionals. It was also aimed to investigate the effect of organizational culture dimensions on organisational commitment dimensions. newlineAmong the different IT hubs in Tamil Nadu, Chennai city has been selected for the present study. The lists of IT firms are classified into Indian managed and Foreign managed IT firms. The foreign managed IT firms namely IBM, CTS, Accenture, Oracle, HP, and Polaris and the Indian managed IT newlinefirms namely Infosys, HCL, Wipro, TCS, Satyam and Saskan are randomly selected. 200 employees from Indian managed IT firms and 200 from foreign managed IT firms, thus totally 400 employees are selected for the present study by adopting convenient sampling technique. The data and information collected through pre-tested, structured, direct newlineinterview method from respondents pertains to the year April 2009 Jan 2010. To understand the socio-economic factors of employees of IT industries, descriptive statistics and frequency distribution are worked out. Simple newlinecorrelation has been used to analyze the relationship between the socio-economic newlinefactors and organizational cultural and commitment of employees.
Pagination: 173p.
Appears in Departments:Department of Management Studies

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