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Title: Impact of Leadership Styles on Organizational Culture and Job Satisfaction in Higher Education Institutions
Researcher: Shyji P D
Guide(s): Santhiyavalli G
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University: Avinashilingam Deemed University For Women
Completed Date: 4/12/2014
Abstract: The survival of many organizations is threatened by an ever-changing and rapidly evolving environment. As the world becomes more complex and convoluted, the need for effective leadership, for the success of an organization s future, has become even more critical and challenging. There are several forces which control individuals and organizations at all times chief among them being the advent of globalization, liberalization, and privatization, making changes inevitable and unavoidable. The main areas where change is needed in an organization include leadership styles and organizational culture. The changes may be radical or gradual but the manner of adopting and adapting to them has to be varied and flexible. Increasing competition makes it imperative on the part of the organizations whether in business or in education to keep pace with the change. newlineEducation is the key parameter in the growth strategy of any developing nation and has rightly been accorded an important and venerable place in the society, observes Komow et.al. (2012). Higher education is of vital importance to the country, as it is a powerful tool to build knowledge based society of the 21st century. Higher Education means education imparted to students beyond schooling to say study beyond the level of secondary education. Often the term is assumed as education imparted by the colleges or the universities. In fact, the institutions of higher education include not only colleges and universities but also professional schools in the field of law, theology, medicine, business, music, and art. Higher education also includes institutions like teachers training schools, community college and institutions of technology. The term higher education also has in its fold, training of highly skilled specialists in the fields of economics, science, technology and culture at various types of institutions of higher education, who accept the candidates having completed secondary general education. In simple words, the term higher education generally refers to educa
Pagination: 188 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/219196
Appears in Departments:Department of Commerce

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