Organizational Effectiveness Of An Organization

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Organizational effectiveness is the concept of how effective an organization is in achieving the outcomes the organization intends to produce. Organizational effectiveness groups in organizations directly concern themselves with several key areas. Leadership, decision making and structure, people, and cultures are just a few of several key areas. Leadership consist of self and crew understanding of a clear vision, sharing that vision with others so that they will follow willingly, providing the information, knowledge and methods to realize that vision, and coordinating and balancing the conflicting interests of all members and stakeholders. A leader steps up in times of chaos, and is able to think and act effectively in difficult…show more content…
Decision and structure has to have clear roles and accountability for decisions, also needs organizational structure that supports objectives. Nonprofits appear to attract good talent and do a remarkable job at placing the right people in the right places. On the contrary, these employees (the people) do not feel that their work is well aligned to the priorities of the organization. Organizations on average have a hard time evaluating, developing, and rewarding staff consistent with the organizations ' priorities. This not being surprising at all, given leadership scores on setting and communicating priorities. Communication is extremely important for the success of an organization. A majority of bosses communicate far too little amongst their organization. It is tough for busy business owners and executives to keep their employees up-to-date on the latest organizational news, which is understandable. This is why organizations have management teams. Regardless, you should do everything is your power to get employees the information they need to do their jobs effectively, quickly and efficiently. Make time for employees. When an employee needs to talk with you, whatever the situation may be, make sure that you set aside the time to do so. Lastly, recognize their achievements. Every employee want to do a good job while on the job and love to be recognized when they do, prizes don’t have to always
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