“I cannot lose my power so much that powerless things start overpowering me.” — J M Sampath

Changing dimensions of organisational climate in organisations employing knowledge workers - an Indian Context

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In today’s organizational context Knowledge Workers form the significant portion of employees in knowledge based organizations. Their paradigm is found to be different from the traditional Industrial labor. While the organizational climate dimensions that were considered motivating earlier have moved on to being basic expectations, the organizations are challenged to take a deeper look into the kind of Organizational Climate that is required to nurture these knowledge workers.

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