The Importance of Organizational Values for Organization
In this article authors aim to examine if there is any influence between how organizational values are noted within organization and some performance factors of this same organization. Authors assume that there is a statistically significant correlation between the way how organizational values are noted and performance factors especially in factors that are related to absentizem, loyalty of employees and employees’ perception of company image. Authors’ interest in this topic is based on a wider research they have helped conduct in this field. The research itself is based on a survey made between 303 companies in Slovenia, and with the help of analysis of variance they will try to confirm their presumptions. Results are expected to show that there are statistically significant differences regarding performance factors between those companies that have explicitly noted organizational values and those who have implicitly noted organizational values as well as the ones that do not have organizational values noted at all.
|This chapter was published in: Mitja Gorenak & Suzana Kosir , , pages 563-569, 2012.|
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