Determine the Relationship between Consistency of Work and Organizations Performance

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  • Department of Management Sciences Lahore University, Islamabad Campus, Islamabad ,PK
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Consistency, Coordination & Integration, Core Values, Agreement, Organizations Performance.


Consistency plays vital role in stabilizing the activities and provision of clear direction in achievement of plans. It comprises of Coordination & Integration, Core Values and Agreement. This study aims at measuring consistency and its affects on organizational performance. Three elements of consistency have five items each in the questionnaire. Similarly organizations performance has three models which are measured by asking seven questions. Analysis of results shows that consistency has positive correlation with organization performance. Similarly, three elements of consistency significantly effect outcome of the consistency. Results indicate that Organizations Performance improvers between the ranges of 53 and 95 percent due to consistency in policies in Banking, Telecommunication and Pharmaceutical Sectors of Pakistani Organizations selected for this study. Organizations ensuring consistent work practices for a considerable time frame provide opportunities to the employees to understand the work practices and evaluate the results, instead of incorporating changes frequently which induces misbalances. Effective integration of plan, well coordinated activities in execution processes, agreement of employees with the practices and respecting core values streamlines the management practices: hence, organizations are to ensure its implication. Implementation of consistent practices would improve work environment and employees would remain focus towards discharge of their function with concentration and dedication.


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Khan, M. A., Afzal, H., & Khan, M. F. A. (2010). Determine the Relationship between Consistency of Work and Organizations Performance. SDMIMD Journal of Management, 1(1), 25–35.