Organizational analysis of the Navy Primary Standards Laboratory-West.
Cruz, Michael A.
Roberts, Benjamin J.
Eoyang, Carson K.
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A formal analysis of the Navy Primary Standards Laboratory- West (NPSL-W) has been performed to assess two objectives: 1) the strengths and weaknesses of current job design and organizational support systems and 2) to determine the readiness for job design change. Evaluation of the current job and organizational characteristics have been performed using the Job Diagnostic Survey (JDS) , the Job Rating Form (JRF) , two feedback sessions and questionnaires. The results of the data shows that the organization has strengths in its job characteristics. The jobs are worth doing as perceived by the employees. The weakness in the organization comes from the organizational support systems. These weaknesses are exemplified by dissatisfaction with pay, co-workers and supervision.
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