Sİlah, Mehmet
June 2002
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2002, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p109
Academic Journal
This paper analyzes process consultation as an organizational development technique. The case study investigates the relations comparatively between the process consultation applications in industrial companies in Sivas and organizational job satisfaction. The research presents some important results. First of all, there is no democratic and participative administration in the industrial companies investigated. Secondly, the level of job satisfaction of the workers is low in general, and differs in respect of independent variables and companies. Thirdly, there is no process consultation in the companies in a professional manner. And finally, process consultation applications differ regarding both public and private sector.


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