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Hi all,

Can anyone help me in making the blueprint of Oraganization Climate Questionnaire. Kindly suggest how to prepare the questionnaire and which aspects should be considered to give more benefit to the organization which such endeavor and how much prolific it is.

Regards,
Pooja
Hi

I have not undertaken this kind of a survey, but the subject did interest me...and did some research on it....

I am attaching a questionnaire, which may be useful as a guideline fr you.

The questionnaire is divided into a subsections and u need to find out the mean value of the points that respondents give.......

IN this way u will cme to know the highest and the lowest score and accordingly try to work on it....

hope it helps u

do let me knw about the progress of the exercise

REgards

Shiju Mathai
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Spruce 
Hi Shiju, I couldn’t open the attachment could u pls send it my Id its poojasuvaiu@yahoo.co.in. Regards, pooja
Hi,

This will help u out :lol: :lol: :lol:

CLIMATE STUDY

1. What is it like to be an employee at this organization?
(Family, Friend, Employee)

2. What are barriers/enablers to a positive climate?

3. Does management take cares of employee satisfaction?
(Yes / No)

4. Does management helps in improvement efforts? ( Yes / No)

5. Does your supervisor support you at work? ( Yes / No)

6. Rate the communication flow in your organization? ( Poor, Average, Good, Excellent)

7. Does your organization reward you for good work? ( Yes / No)

8. My supervisor, or some one at work, seems to care about me as a person? ( Yes / No)

9. There is someone at work who encourages my development.
(Yes / No)

10. The mission of my organization makes me feel that I am important.
(Yes / No)

11. Do you enjoy a variety of task to do? ( Yes / No)

12. I have a best friend at work. (Yes / No) who?

13. My feeling of security in my job? [ 1 2 3 4 5]
Min max




Regards,
Sweta
Dear Pooja, In my last company we were using a climate survey technique with the help of attached file. Hope you will get some idea... Regards, Roop
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you can check out the instrument developed by T.V RAO for analysing the organization climate

use the below mentioned url to get the instrument

http:/www.humanlinks.com/orgsn/climate.html

for further requirement mail me to
rbatsa 
Hi Pooja,

After 15th of this month I'll send you the questionair of Organisational Climate. I'm persuing my P.hd(part time) on the topic: Job satisfaction and organisational climate- A Comparative study among the workers of Tata steel and Bokaro Steel Plant(A unit od SAIL).

Right now I'm in Bangalore. Once I'll be back to Delhi please do remind me.

Thanks and regards
Randhir Batsa

09811502060
HI Randhir Batsa ,

CAN YOU LET ME KNOW IN WHICH UNIVERSITY YOU ARE DOING YOUR PHD, AND ALSO THE UNIVERSITY NORMS, IM ALSO INTERESTED IN DOING THE PHD IN PART TIME..

IF U SEND THE ABOVE INFORMATION IT WILL BE QUITE USE FULL FOR ME......
Hi Randhir....

Great to hear that u are doing Ph.D... It would be great if you could guide me in understanding the procedure for enrolling to a Ph.D programme...

Also would like to know the preferred universities for the same...


I am interested in doing Ph.D, but confused about where to do it from.


Believe u would be able to guide me in this...

Thanking you in advance

My personal id is

Regards

Shiju Mathai
Hi,

Try the attachments.


The concept of corporate or organisational culture (Schein,1990) defined as:

a. A pattern of basic assumptions.

b. invented, discovered, or developed by a given group.

c. as it learns to cope with its problems of external adaptations and internal integration.

d. is to be taught to new members as the, (f) correct ways to perceive, think, and feel in relations to those problem”


four different courses of action given the results.

1. Ignore: those questions referring to behaviours with low agreement performance and importance can be ignored because although performance was low so was importance. This dimension of climate is of no consideration.

2. Consider: Where performance is high (ie good) but the importance is low it suggests that employees see certain things done well which are really not very important. Those need to be considered by change agents as they may represent misguided effort.

3. Celebrate: Where performance is high and importance is high one can celebrate the fact that important issues are being perceived as being done well. These factors/behaviours need to be maintained.

4. Fix it: the major course for action occurs where the issues are considered high in importance but performance is low. It is these items that most warrant most attention particularly the very low performance, high importance.

Bye
Take care
Prachi
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