A RELATIONSHIP ASSESSMENT BETWEEN 2017 ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE SURVEYS AND 2017 WORKLOAD STATISTICS AT ACC-APG CONTRACTING CENTERS
D'Alessandro, Michael D.
Rendon, Rene G.
Powley, Edward H., IV
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In 2017, Army Contracting Command – Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG) surveyed the organizational climate of its 12 contracting divisions and found areas in need of improvement. This research seeks to identify if ACC-APG leadership can improve organizational climate by altering workload levels. To do this, this research assessed whether a relationship exists between the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI) 2017 ACC-APG organizational climate survey results and ACC-APG’s workload statistics at each of the 12 contracting divisions. This research determined that there are meaningful correlations between multiple organizational climate areas and workload statistics. However, ACC-APG leadership needs to conduct additional research to determine the correlation causes before they can make decisions based on this research to influence organizational climate.
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