Effect of the demographic factors on the overall organizational effectiveness score in the IT and ITES in SEZ, Coimbatore
Shrie Bhubaneswari NT, Dr. Ashok Kumar M
Organizational effectiveness is basically about the ability of the organization to meet its set goals and objectives with the resources at its disposal. The main measure of the organizational effectiveness for a business is generally explained with the comparison of the net profit with the target profitability. In the study demographic variables like Gender, Age, Educational Qualification, Experience in the Present Organization, Designation and Sector Employed are considered to study the overall organization effectiveness score. A total of 100 employees are selected from the 40 IT and ITES Companies in the Special Economic Zones. A detailed Questionnaire consisting of Strategy, Leadership teams, Governance, Organization Structure, Systems and Process, Work force excellence, Performance Measure & Reward System, Business Process and Environmental Responsibility are prepared and the results are analyzed using the t-test, ANOVA and Regression Analysis. The analyses are done and it is suggested to improve the employee engagement in the organization.