Revisiting Organizational Climate: Conceptualization, Interpretation and Application
Bamel, Umesh Kumar
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In this paper efforts were put to revisit one of the extensively studied organizational construct – organizational climate. Relevant studies have been reviewed to make generalizations from organizational climate literature. Mainly three issues were pursued in this endeavor (a) a precise discussion on conceptual genesis and theoretical development (b) interpretation of research findings with a frame of reference and (c) applications of climate research in contemporary business environment and future recommendations. To supplement these objectives and to make the construct more plausible literature were examined considering time frame perspective i.e. historical literature is referred for theoretical part; current researches are discussed for application part; and for interpretation purpose evidences are taken from recent decade’s available researches.
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