A STUDY OF ROLE EFFICACY PROFILES OF DOCTORS SERVING IN PRIVATE SECTOR HEALTH SERVICE ORGANIZATION OF UTTAR PRADESH (INDIA): AN ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTION
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 2498-2508
AbstractThe objective of the present study is predominantly diagnostic which focuses on the fact that role efficient doctors are the building blocks of the society. If one problem needs to be identified as the most critical one in Indian Health organization today, it can certainly be that of work commitment, trust and motivation. The paper makes an attempt to explore the role efficacy profiles of doctors serving in a private sector organization of Uttar Pradesh (India). The primary data was collected by means of structured questionnaire in the HRD workshop and on personal basis canvassed among the sample drawn for the purpose, which comprised of 166 respondents (doctors)in private sector, Indian organization of repute. Data has been statistically treated and complemented by descriptive analysis. Conclusion drawn from the study gives a picture of dominant, dormant and backup dimensions of role- efficacy of the respondents and existing state of organizational culture and practices prevailing in the organizational built-up .Finally, the paper concludes by looking at some possible measures to foster benchmarking success and commitment by enhancing and giving fillip to all the ten dimensions of role –efficacy.
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