Organizational Effectiveness in Construction: A Conceptual Framework



Organizational Effectiveness in Construction Companies: A Conceptual Framework
Birgönül, Mustafa Talat; Dikmen Toker, İrem (2004-10-08)
Organizational effectiveness is a difficult concept to define and measure especially in the construction industry due to its project-based nature. The different schools of thoughts and corresponding models proposed in the literature approach organizational effectiveness from different starting points and do not cover all perspectives valid for the construction industry. Within the context of this paper, an attempt has been made to explore the current state of knowledge on organizational effectiveness and ap...
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Organizational trust, organizational identification and organizationalcynicism are attractive issues for organizationalbehaviorresearchersbecauce of possible pozitive and negative affects on bothindividual and organizational performance and productivity. All of themwereused as research variables in manystudieswithdifferentsamples. For thisreason, the aim of thisstudyis to examine the relationshipbetweenorganizational trust (OT), organizationalide...
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S. Kızıltas, İ. Dikmen Toker, and M. T. Birgönül, “Organizational Effectiveness in Construction: A Conceptual Framework,” 2003, p. 523, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: