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Zohurul Islam and Rakib Hossain

Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2019, issue 4, 28-45

Abstract: Organizational effectiveness is the concept of how successful is an organization to achieve its goals in what the organization intends to serve or produce for its customers. Organizational effectiveness is more important for non-profit organizations or service providing organizations that primarily depends on their performance. The objectives of this study are to identify factors and their influence on organizational effectiveness. A structured questionnaire survey was conducted to get information and valid data. The study has nine independent variables and each variable was measured at least by three items. The consistency of the items has measured the reliability of the variables through Cronbach Alpha and found most of the variable items were very consistent. This study has also developed nine hypotheses. A multiple regression equation was performed for testing relations. Among the nine independent variables along with ‘organizational effectiveness’ as the dependent variable, it is found that three hypotheses were accepted according to standardized beta values with a considerable level of significance. Accepted hypotheses are related to ‘motivation’, ‘integrity’, and ‘empowerment’. The ANOVA results highlights a significant relationship and explains as 79.50% (p

Keywords: organizational performance; leadership; motivation; integrity; BPATC (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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