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Appendix - A

Background Information

Name:
Age:
Designation:
Years of Service:
Organisation:
Gender:

Education:

(a) Highest acaclemic degree (specify) SecondarylPre-degree,

Graduate/Postgraduate/Super specialty

3. Do you have any active extra organizational interests, which help you to
relax.

a) Social and ccrltural programs

b) Hobbies

C) Exercises

d) Combination of above

e) Any other (specify)


Appendix B -
QUESTIONNAIRE: OCTAPACE

Instructions: 1
Given below are statements that indicate some organizational values. If
these are values of top management, they generally will be shared in the
organization, read each statement and give your response on the answer sheet.
Against each statement four choices, namely, if it is a very widely shade believe
(4), if it is fairly widely shared (3), if only some persons in the organizations share
this believe (2), if only a few or none have this believe (1)) are given. You are
requested to choose the appropriate number for each statement and put tick (4)
mark for each of the items so as to give your response

Use the following key for your responses.

Write 4 if it is a very widely shade believe


Write 3 if it is fairly widely shared
Write 2 if only some persons in the organizations share this believe
Write 1 if only e few or none have this believe

Respond to the following items on the answer sheet

1. Free interactior~among employees, each L4 1 3 1 2 11 1


respecting others, feeling competence and sense of judgment

2. Facing and not shying away from problems.


14 13 12 11 I
3. Offering moral :;upport and helped employees
and colleagues in a crisis 14 13 12 11 I
4. Congruity between feeling and expressed 14 13 12 11 I
behaviour (minimum gap between what people
say and do)

5. Preventive actions on most matters


14 13 12 11 I
6. Taking independent actions relating to their jobs. 14 13 12 11 I
7. Teamwork and Team spirit 14 13 2 11 I
8. Trying out innovative ways of solving problems.
14 13 12 11 ]
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9. Genuine sharing of information, feelings and ( 4 13 12 11 1


thoughts in meetings

10. Going deeper rather than doing sutiace level


analysis of in;ernational problems
k ( 3 ( 2 11 1
11. Interpersonalcontacts and support among people1 -
12. Tactlulness, smartness and even a little 14 13 12 11 ]
manipulation to go get things done.

13. Seniors encouraging their subordinates to think 14 13 12 11 I


about their development and take action in the
direction.

14. Close super~isionof and directing employees on


action

15. Accepting and appreciating help offered by others , . , 2 11 I


16. Encouragin~]employees to take a fresh look at / 4 1 3 12 1 1 I
how things ere done

17. Free discussions at communication between 14 13 12 ( 1 ]


seniors and subordinates

18. Facing challenges inherent in the work situation 14 13 12 1 1 1


19. Confiding in seniors without fear than they will 1 4 13 1 2 / I I
misuse the trust

20. Owing up to mistakes

21. Considering both positive and negative aspects 14 (3 12 11 I


before taking actions

22. Obeying and checking with seniors rather than


acting on your own
14 13 12 ( 1 I
23. Performing immediate tasks rather than being
concerned about large organizational goals
( 4 13 12 11 1
24. Meeting genuine attempts to change behaviour 14 13 12 11 I
on the basis of feedback.
25. Effective managers put a lid on their feelings L4 13 1 2 / I 1

26. Pass the buck tactfully when there is a problem 1 13 (2 11 1


27. Trust be gets trust

28.Telling a polite lie is preferable to telling the -4(


unpleasant truth

29. Prevention is better than cure

30. Freedom to employees' breeds in discipline


1 -
31. Usually, emphas~son teamwork dilutes individual 14 13 (2 1 1 1
accountability

32.Thinking out and doing new things taunts up the


organizations vitality 14 13 I2 ( 1 j

33. Free and frank communication between various 14 13 12


levels help in solving problems

34. Surfacing problems is not enough; we should find 1 1 1 1 1


a solutions

35.When chips are down you have to fend for L4 13 12 11 1


yourselves (People cannot relay on others in
times of crisis)

36. People generally are what they appear to be [ 4 13 12 / I I


37. A stitch in time saves nine 14 13 (2 11 I
38. A good way to motivate employees is to give 14 13 12 11 ]
them autonomy to plan their work

39. Employees involvement in developing an


organizational mission and goals contributes to
14 13 12 I1 1
productivity

40. In today's conlpetitive situations, consolidation ( 4 ( 3 12 11 I


and stability are more important than
experimentation.
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Appendix C -
QUESTIONNAIRE: VALUE EXPECTANCY

Instructions: 2
Given below are statements of value expectancy. If these are values, which are
widely, shared, read each statement and glve your response on the answer sheet.
Against each statement four choices, namely, Very important (4), lmportant (3),
Some what important (2) Little or not Important (1)) are glven. You are requested
to choose the appropriate number for each statement and put tick (4)mark for
each of the items so as tc, give your response.
Use the following key for your responses.

1- Little or not important


2- Some what important
3- lmportant
4- Very important

Respond to the following items on the answer sheet

It is important for me;

1. Use all of my skills and knowledge.

2. Have result, which shows that I have done well.

3. Get ahead in life.

4. Make life more beautiful.

5. Help people with problems.

6. Tell others what to do.

7. Act on my own.

8. Discover, develop or design new things.

9. Have a high standard of living.

10. Live according to my own ideas.

11. Develop as a person.


Get a lot of exercise.

Be admired for my knowledge and skills

Do risky things.

Do things with other people.

Be with friends.

Have every day be different in some way from the


one before it
Have good space ar~dlight in which to work,

Work at place where I can have peace of mind

Have a comfortable life

Work at place where I can seek help from others in


personal matters.

Do work that takes advantage of my abilities

Know that my efforts will show.

Get ahead quickly in my career.

Find pleasure in the beauty of my work.

Be involved in the work I which the goal is to help


people.
Be a leader at work.
Make my own decisions in my work.
Create something new in my work.
Have a good income.
Live my life my way.
Have ideas about what to do with my life

Take part in sports and other physical activities

Be recognized for my accomplishment

Feel that there is sorne risk in the work I do

Work in group rather than by myself


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Do things with pegple I like

Do a number of different things during the day.

Have good sanitary facilities (e.g., wash rooms) at


work

Do work that gives me inner happiness

Have work which is not taxing

Work where my subordinates can depend on me


even for personai things
Do work in which I can develop my abilities

Reach a high standard in my work

Be able to get promotion

Be concerned with a beauty in my work

Work in a way th.3t makes the world a better place

Be the one who manages things at work

Be free to get along with others in my own way

Have a chance to try out new ideas at work

Be where employment is permanent and confirmed

Work at what I want to and when I want to

Find personal satisfaction in my life

Be physically in my work

Be held in high esteem because of my work

Take on dangerous task if they interest in me

Be with other people while I work

Be able to talk with people I like while I work

Frequently change activities at work

Be protected from the bad whether while I work


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61. Work at place where there is no conflict and ( 4 13 ( 2 ( 1 I


backbiting

62. Have work where I san rest and relax without ( 4 13 ( 2 11 1


worrying for anythirig

63. Oblige those who around me ( 4 13 ( 2 /l 1


64. Do work that I can clo well ( 4 13 12 11 I
65. Take pride in what I do

66. Know that future is going to be bright 14 13 12 11 I


67. See beauty in natLlre
( 4 13 ( 2 11 I
68. Help others with p8rsonal problems ( 4 13 ( 2 11 1
69. Be known as an expert in my job 14 ( 3 12 (I /
70. Be my own boss ( 4 13 ( 2 11 1
71. Think of new thing to do or make 14 13 ( 2 11 I
72. Have good fringe benefits in my job [4 ( 3 12 ( 1 1
73. Work in my own style

74. Enrich my inner life

75. Get time for brisk walking

76. Have power and prestige in society

77. Take reasonable risk in my work


78. Entertain friends and relations during working 14 ( 3 ( 2 ( 1 I
hours
79. Work there are friendly people 14 13 12 11 1
80. Be able to go to many different places 14 ( 3 12 11 ]
81. Have good amenities for my work 14 13 12 ( 1 1
82. Have some hours to my life experiencing
peace of mind
83. Work leisurely
84. Have personalized relations with those who work
around me
85. Use my ability in dealing with others
86. Be good at my work
87. . Think in terms of advancement in life
88. Express my appreciation for beauty

89. Feel that my work is useful to other people

90. Make decisions that others must follow

91. Be independent of others opinion

92. Try to work in different ways

93. Work at place where housing facilities are good

94. Develop my own way of life

95. Feel that I am improving personally

96. Work hard physisally

97. Be respected for my position in the work place

98. Live an exciting snd risky life

99. Chat with people I like

100. Have a net work of friends and relation in my work


place
101. Deal with a variety of people in my job

102. Have comfortable working place

103. Live a life where there is peace and happiness

104. Have the comforts of life easily available

105. Share personal sorrows and happiness with others