Connecting with organizational culture to enhance productivity is paramount in project management; it helps to not only improve performance, but also adds meaningfulness. This article provides an understanding of the processes that are necessary to achieve these results. The level of team member engagement on a project is dependent on finding clarity of purpose and meaningfulness in work—which leads to a responsible team and a positive, productive end result. There, the engagement level connects with high performance in a team, which adds to organizational culture.
The focus in this article is placed on requirements for connecting with organizational culture and enhancing meaningfulness.
Critically, the starting point is to find a good fit—the right person with the right skills for the right job—when inducting into a team, which leads to a higher level of engagement. The right job matches with the strengths and passions of a person; the right skills are those that one is comfortable with; and the right person is the one whose values match the business purpose and values of an organization.
Meaningfulness is something desired by all individuals and organizations (public, private, or government) in work life. The psychiatrist Viktor Frankl famously described how the innate human quest for meaning is so strong that even in the direst
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