Sources of Data
Primary sources of data using a 4-point scalequestionnaire on the various factors that makes up organisational climate.
Scope and Limitations
Questionnaire administered on 40 randomlyselected faculty members (23 male and 17 female) of professionalcolleges of Indore District.An organisational climate study enables a successful organization tooperate more efficiently through the use of worker input and satisfactionratings.
Development of employeesLeadership TrainingRecruitment and PromotionThese areasscoredCooperationInnovationeither VeryGood, GoodCommitmentTrust& SatisfactoryInterpersonal RelationsPerformance AppraisalResponsibility Job securityCommunicationThese areas scoredeitherPhysical facilitiessocial securitySatisfactory,Poor orRewardCounsellingInadequateDecision Making
Conclusion and Recommendations
The areas that score ratings of satisfactory, poor and inadequate arewhere the organisation needs to pay attention and focus on improving togain better output performance.
Decision making received low score ratings, therefore it isrecommendable for the top management to provide more inclusionof its faculty members during the decision-making process.
Communication and counselling are low score areas according to75% of employees. After appraisal more guide and counsellingneeds to be provided so employees can improve their weaknesses.
Physical facilities and social security are also low score areas, theorganisation must invest and improve facilities in the forms of transport, canteen etc. Social security should be provided to allemployees as a benefit.
55% of employees are dissatisfied with the level of financial andnon-financial rewards. More attention focus and improvementneeded in this area the organisation should revise its current rewardsystem. The more satisfied employees are with the organisational climate themore motivation they will instil and therefore the better the performanceoutput.