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A generic term for any type of group or association of individuals who are joined together either formally or legally.

The term organization includes a corporation, government, partnership, and any type of civil or political association of people.


(Association), noun affiliation, alliance, bloc, club, coalition, combination, community, company, corps, coterie, establishment, faction, federation, foundation, group, institute, institution, joint concern, league, reipublicae forma, school, sodality, syndicate, troupe
Associated concepts: charitable organization, de facto orranization, domestic organization, labor organization, nonnrofit organization, political organization


(Structure), noun arrangement, build, classification, composition, configuration, conformation, constitution, construction, descriptio, design, figuration, figure, form, formation, framework, grouping, interrelation of parts, makeup, manner of construction, order, plan, regularity, scheme, shape, style of arrangeeent, systematization, temperatio
See also: arrangement, array, association, attribution, body, building, bureaucracy, business, campaign, cartel, centralization, chamber, citation, classification, committee, company, complex, composition, concern, connection, content, corporation, denomination, development, disposition, distribution, enterprise, facility, firm, form, formation, institute, institution, league, management, method, order, practice, procedure, regulation, scheme, society, sodality, structure, syndicate, system, union
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Organizational justice explain the individuals and groups understanding of the fairness of behaviour received from an corporation and their behavioral response to such perceptions [14] Organizational justice theories concentrate on perceived fairness in the work environment [2] The contents is generally analyzed in three levels: distributive, procedural and interactional justice [5 and 15].
Henrikson and Dayton (2006) defined organizational silence as a collective phenomenon, very few people show involved in the response to the problems and issues faced by the organization.
Shannawaz and Hazarika (2004) assessed organizational culture on OCTAPACE Scale of Pareek (1997) in two hospitals and found dimensions of organizational culture as significant predictors of organizational commitment.
To study the three dimensions of organizational justice at branch level of an insurance company.
Organizational learning (OL) is a process that must exist in every organization and must "run" continuously because: (a) the individual human mind is limited (requires distributed cognition) and (b) to avoid that organizations get stuck in the status quo and in their own successes.
Stress among employees is associated with reductions in productivity, absenteeism, low organizational commitment and high turnover, and these costs are directly linked to reduced organizational effectiveness and financial loss (Lingard, 2003; Reynolds and Tabacchi, 1993).
Keyton's final focus in the book is on how organizational culture can be developed, managed, and essentially changed.
The net effect will be an accelerated breakdown of traditional disciplinary, cultural, and organizational stovepipes.
Companies produce vast amounts of materials that contain their preferred organizational image.
Whole books have now been written about ethical aspects of organizational issues in health care companies.
Among the opportunities a leader has to improve a culture, creating and developing effective teams have become important routes to organizational transformation.

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