By Jai B P Sinha
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These theories, models, concepts, and methods, when transferred to Indian organizations, were found to have limited validity. Hence, efforts to indigenize them resulted in a number of streams of organizational behaviour that tended to get integrated in varying degrees. Recent developments in IT and the transnational forms of organizations have led to the development of glocal organizational behaviour that is global in strategic thinking and local in its applications. Indian cultural influences are permeating the fabric of organizations not by denying the importance of either the historicity of organizational behaviour or the critical role being played by globalization and IT, but by enriching them with indigenous concepts and ethos.
Shift to newer forms of organizational structures. 2. Put in place supportive organizational practices. 3. Strive to achieve multiple organizational outcomes. Shifting Models of Organizational Structure Information Technology enables transnational organizations to structure themselves differently. The earlier forms of organizations do survive, but only in modified forms. For example, bureaucracy, although ruffled badly, still holds its turf in some form or another. Information Technology allows for issues to be discussed widely, in taking quick decisions, and in documenting these later for 22 Culture and Organizational Behaviour records.
Culture did not figure in these approaches. The impact of Western culture, however, was obvious in the subsequent developments·the Howthorne study and the human relations and socio-technical approaches. These theories, models, concepts, and methods, when transferred to Indian organizations, were found to have limited validity. Hence, efforts to indigenize them resulted in a number of streams of organizational behaviour that tended to get integrated in varying degrees. Recent developments in IT and the transnational forms of organizations have led to the development of glocal organizational behaviour that is global in strategic thinking and local in its applications.
Culture and organizational behaviour by Jai B P Sinha