Organizational Outcome Priorities of Bonding the Individuals to Teamwork
Case Studies Journal – Volume 4, Issue 8 – Aug-2015
8 Pages Posted: 28 Jun 2019
Date Written: August 13, 2015
Strategic management dimensions of the firms are in a continuous shift from the one to the other as per the changing tunes of time. Organizations have been searching for the measurement parameters that better describes the outcome priorities of a proposed project, so that the bonding of individuals (forming teamwork) may be effective and productive, avoiding the failure of cost of investment in the team formation and structure. The study engages four highly correlated independent variables (total quality perspective, individual learning & training, inspiring organizational challenges and effective decision making) to the dependent variable (Teamwork). The aim of the study was to sum up all teamwork outcomes and suggest for better outcome option(s) to working teams around, to commit the work as per the significance of the factor(s). A sample of 176 Engineers, working or worked in discrete teams from private and public sector was considered. The hypotheses formed are held true and there exists a significant correlation between the four independent variables to the dependent variable. PASW Statistics-18 was used to get the results with application of Linear Regression, by the help of principle components analysis (based on eigenvalue) for data analysis and interpretation of results. It is found that each of the independent variable extracted by the statistical software was completely compatible to the proposed model of the research and suggests that organizations are promoting the outcome of individual learning & training at first (81%), total quality perspective at second (78%), inspiring organizational challenges at third (74%) and finally effective decision making (65%) in bonding the individuals (teamwork).
Keywords: Teamwork, Organizational Outcomes
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