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Title: EL CLIMA ORGANIZACIONAL EN UNA EMPRESA DE CLASE MUNDIAL (CFE ZONA CENTRO OCCIDENTE DE MEXICO)
Authors: Valenzo Jimenez, Marco Alberto
Martinez Arroyo, Jaime Apolinar
Pedraza Rendonrroyo, Oscar Hugo
Keywords: ЭБ БГУ::МЕЖОТРАСЛЕВЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ::Организация и управление
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: European Academic Publishers, Madrid
Abstract: This present study is a field investigation conducted by the Department of Economic and Administrative Research Technological of Instituto Tecnolуgico de Morelia (ITM) and the Institute of Economic and Business Research (ININNE) belonging to the Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolбs de Hidalgo, designed to determine the organizational environment of the parastatal responsible for the generation, transmission, distribution and marketing of electricity in Mexico, called Comisiуn Federal de Electricidad (CFE), located in West Central Division of Mexico (Michoacбn, Colima and adjacent portions of Guanajuato, Jalisco and Guerrero), with the firm intention that the CFE improve their organizational climate as a suitable and friendly one, so it will result in better performance, coordination and work efficiency. The purpose of this research is to determine to what extent the independent variables-salary (compensation), staff development, teamwork, gender equity, motivation and leadership- determine the organizational climate, the company called Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) in western Mexico Central Division. In terms of fieldwork there is a universe of approximately 2,500 employees in the Central West Division of Mexico CFE, its current organization has been studied and the questionnaire was applied to 602 workers in different areas, departments and workplaces located in different workplaces. Key findings can be seen using the Pearson correlation technique, where the variable shows that staff promotion (0.720) shows more weight at the time of configuring individual perceptions of organizational climate, and salary (compensation) in 0.683, teamwork in 0.668, and motivation in 0.647, which also affect in any significant way the work climate and leadership to a lesser extent (0.530) and 0.377 for gender equity. The organizational climate of the CFE in Division West-Central Mexico is considered to be moderate with 52.2% of the collected views.
URI: http://elib.bsu.by/handle/123456789/51682
Appears in Collections:2010. XIX International Conference AEDEM 2010 "Global Financial & Business Networks & Information Management Systems"

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