Organizational Structure in Indian Context

Organizational Structure in Indian Context

Sayan Banerjee (Chandragupta Institute of Management (CIMP), Patna, India) and Dinesh Srivastava (National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai, India)
Copyright: © 2017 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/IJCESC.2017040101
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Abstract

After liberalization, business environment changed radically in India. Organizations faced competition and tried to improve their performance. Many organizations tried to change their business processes as well as organizational structure. Information technology played a key role in transforming organizations. Today organizations have become flat but diverse and complex. The objective of the paper is to analyze implications of personality characteristics of employees for designing an appropriate organizational structure for business organizations in India. The paper is based on review of previous research studies in the last decades. Success of any organizational structure depends upon profile of employees. Most organizations expect employees to adjust to their organizational structure. Previous studies on Five Factor Model as well as organizational structure have been reviewed and their implications for designing organizational structure in Indian context have been discussed.
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An organization is group of people who are trying to achieve a common goal. Therefore, understanding personality of employees is necessary for understanding of organizational functioning. Success or failure of organization depends upon people. They can make an organization highly successful like Infosys or TCS in India. On the contrary if an organization is not able to utilize potential of its people, it may not achieve much growth. Personality of employees will determine achievement of employees.

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