Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2016, Volume: 9, Issue: 33, Pages: 1-14
Sameer Mohammed Dandan1* and Annmarie Gorenc Zoran2
1 Faculty of Organisation Studies in Novo Mesto, Novi trg 5, 8000 Novo mesto – Slovenia, Northern Border University, Saudi Arabia; Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research , 138 Aljubaiha 11941 Jordan, [email protected]
2 Ph.D. Faculty of Industrial Engineering Novo mesto, Segova ul, 112, 8000 Novo mesto, Slovenia; annmarie.gorenc-zoran@fini- unm.si
*Author for correspondence
Sameer Mohammed Dandan
Faculty of Organisation Studies in Novo Mesto
Objectives: This study sheds light on an organic organization’s specifications, levels, types, and major processes, and how they interact in serving community through enhancing Corporate governance approaches and Social Responsibilities (CSR), within social activities, such as volunteering, charity support, and donation, and so forth from an employee’s perspectives. Methods/Statistical Analysis: The study used an empirical approach which includes qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze data, by comparing the results of the systematic literature review with statistical results. The systematic review led us to recognize the organic organization’s features and activities, which are the axes of the questionnaire, the selected participants were 50 employees of a fast food company in Saudi Arabia. Findings: Findings showed that organic organizations have implemented multi-growth and adapted changeable hierarchy to enhance community services and it has implemented innovation and development to meet consumer demands that continuously enhances services, products, and processes to maintain market reputation. Application/Improvements: The organic organization must re-form a balanced strategy that equilibrates between internal and external environmental activities. In addition, an important role of internal communication of a company is to share knowledge of rules and procedures of the company with employees, even with employees who spend much of their time outside of the organization (i.e., professional drivers). An organic organization must initiate new techniques that merge promotions on performance and problem solving to assist employees in becoming familiar with their company’s ambitions, vision, mission, strategy, and improving company loyalty by involving them within its social activities and assisting them in initiating innovations.
Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibilities, Governance, Growth, Organic, Organization, Serving Community
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