Work Practices Effectiveness among the Employees of Telecom Sector Organisation in Northern India: A Comparative Analysis
Keywords:Knowledge workers, Work practice effectiveness, competitive edge
Contemporary Organisations have been recognizing knowledge workers, intellectual assets and work practices as competitive edge for an organisation rather than other resources. These organisations utilize their useful time and resources in making their employees abreast with the changing market conditions. Thus, much more emphasis has been laid upon the effective work practices in an organisation. The purpose of this paper is to study the work practice in a select organisation which ultimately improves effectiveness and performance of an organisation. An analysis of the literature reveals clear connection among the variables of work practice effectiveness. Also, Regression analysis shows relationship among Work Practice Effectiveness and its variables (Work Practice Effectiveness at individual level, Work Practice Effectiveness at team level, Work Practice Effectiveness at workplace level and Work Practice Effectiveness at organisational level). All the variables WPEI, WPET, WPEW and WPEO are responsible for 73% change in Work Practice Effectiveness. Comparative analysis of select public and private organisation shows that for improving organisational performance, effective work practices should be enhanced. Moreover, it has been revealed from the results that private sector organisation focus more in improving all the variables of work practices effectiveness than public sector organisation.
How to Cite
Copyright (c) 2020 Journal of Business and Management Studies
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.