EMPIRICAL EVIDENCES OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

Johnson Pandian

Abstract


The leadership among the employees in an organization and its mutual relationship with organizational culture and performance creates a lacuna in the previous literature works. There is a wide gap in the organizational culture and its impact over performance and different types of constraints hampering motivation of employees in Chemical industry. Leadership style is abundantly found in the past HRD and HRM research works but team work pertaining to employees in chemical industry is missing in the previous research attempts. Participative and dynamic leadership as well as work commitment are analogous among employees as well as employees in any organization but individual performance with futuristic goal orientation of employees in a particular industry creates a fascinating vista for the current research focus. Organizational performance and its influence over employees in any organization with slight deviations towards task orientation and successful organizational culture change flawed in the previous studies induce the current research to focus on indispensable aspects of culture and performance. On the whole, the effective leadership style of employees in Chemical companies poses the research questions regarding the various determinants leading to employees efficiency and effective organizational performance.

The above mentioned lacuna at national and international level is useful in developing a research design to ascertain the leadership styles influencing the employees performance and change in organizational culture. It also forces to underpin certain assumed propositions of relationship among leadership style, and organizational culture to check empirically.


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ISSN : 2251-1555