Tag Archives: Organizational support

The importance of perceived organizational support, from the point of view of human resources. Case study “PAPADOPOULOU SA” (Published)

The present project dealt with the very important concept of perceived, organizational support, which involves 3 basic dimensions: perceived justice, HRM practices and the employee manager relationship.After a critical analysis of the relevant theory and the interpretation of the findings, in regard to the company “PAPADOPOULOU SA”, the following conclusions were drawn:

  • The business be moving successfully, at the POS level
  • The business has a rich history (full of difficulties, controversies, etc.), which seems to be utilized both in terms of brand image development (communication messages, values ​​that are displayed, etc.), but also internally. What is mentioned on its website is “on point”, in terms of the findings of
  • scientific management. It is one of the few Greek companies that can be considered to have understood the deep thoughts and consideration, of the modern scientific management and HRM.

In the business, some suggestions for improvement are recommended, but it should be emphasized that its external success (market shares, profitability, etc.) is not accidental, as it seems that it has managed diligently its working environment / climate and the variables that are considered internal.  The dimensions of performance are not so easily separated: the internal dimensions are considered as important as the external ones, as it has been found in a multitude of researches that successful companies are favored by the adoption of a long-term orientation. This is the subject of this paper, in essence. The perceived support that an employee perceives may not “mean much” to the average executive of a business, but it seems to be an extremely important concept at the academic level.Business that focus on similar, “soft” concepts seem to be gradually gaining ground, surviving, and gaining competitive advantage through a series of ways that primarily address the ability to create, transfer, and utilize organizational knowledge.

Citation: Ioanna Dimitrakaki (2022) The importance of perceived organizational support, from the point of view of human resources. Case study “PAPADOPOULOU SA”, Global Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol.10, No.4, pp.17-31

Keywords: Human Resources, Organizational support, Papadopoulos SA, Reward, attribution, reciprocity

Decision Support Systems: Creating Value For Marketing Decisions In The Pharmaceutical Industry (Published)

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to analyze the impact of decision support systems to creating value for marketing decisions in the pharmaceutical industry. Methodology: This paper was completed with the help of an extensive literature study on decision support/business intelligence and pharmaceutical industry marketing available on the databases and websites. Primary data has been used in this paper to check the impact of information technology market performance. The SPSS software package is used to analyze the employee responses and statistical technique. Regression analysis is used to check the impact of information technology on market performance. Findings: 150 questionnaires were being given to stakeholders in different pharmaceutical companies located in Pakistan. 104 were collected back and 96 questionnaires are considered valid and used are for analysis. After analyzing the data, we find that information technology has significant impact on market performance in pharmaceutical industry. According to the stakeholders, strategic planning, organizational support, knowledge management and technological advancement have significant impact on the success of information technology for decision support. Research limitations / Implications: More research will be required on the theory presented in this thesis “Decision Support Systems: Creating Value for Marketing Decisions in the Pharmaceutical Industry”

Keywords: Business Intelligence, Decision Support Systems, Knowledge Management, Marketing Performance, Organizational support, Qualitative and quantitative study, Strategic Planning, technological innovation

Organizational Climate and Corporate Performance: The Nigerian Experience (Review Completed - Accepted)

The study examined the relationship between organizational climate and corporate performance in the Nigerian oil industry. The sample for the study consisted of three hundred and eighty two (382) employees from seven randomly selected major oil companies in Nigeria. The study utilized both quantitative data (questionnaire) and qualitative data (interview). The spearman rank correlation coefficient and Multiple Regression Model using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 15 were utilized for the analysis of data. Our finding revealed a positive and significant relationship between organizational climate and corporate performance. Specifically, recognition for achievement, organizational support and cohesion were revealed to have a positive and significant influence on corporate performance. Based on this finding, it was concluded that the prevailing organizational climate had a significant positive effect on corporate performance. The managerial implications of these findings were also discussed

Keywords: Corporate performance, Organizational Climate, Organizational support, cohesion