Impact of Organizational Culture on Employee Performance and Productivity: A Case Study of Telecommunication Sector in Bangladesh

Mohammad Jasim Uddin, Rumana Huq Luva, Saad Md Maroof Hossain

Abstract


Today’s organizational is predominantly dynamic that pose enormous opportunities and challenges to the
corporate practitioners and policy makers. Understanding such dynamism is very crucial to pursue the
organizational strategic objectives. The primary aim of this paper is to examine the impact of organizational
culture on employee performance and productivity from the perspectives of multinational companies operating
especially under the telecommunication sector of Bangladesh in South Asia. The paper has applied qualitative
methodology focusing on a case study of Grameenphone (GP) (a subsidiary of Teleron in Norway), the leading
telecommunication based subsidairy in Bangladesh. The paper argues that organizational culture significantly
influences employee performance and productivity in the dynamic emerging context.


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