Item-wise ANOVA analysis of human resource development climate in Indian information technology organizations
Keywords:ANOVA analysis, Human Resource Development Climate, Information Technology Organizations
Human resource development climate is an integral part of organizational climate. The present paper examines ANOVA analysis of human resource development climate of different information technology organizations in India. The study is based on survey of in 13 selected information technology organisations such as Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro Technologies, Infosys Technologies Ltd., Hindustan Computer Ltd. (HCL), Dell International, Birlasoft, Pyramid Consulting Inc., Quark Inc., Semi-Conductor Laboratory (SCL Ltd.), Alcatel-Lucent Technologies, Attra, Kanbay International and Omnia Technologies from Delhi, Bangalore, Pune, Chandigarh and Mohali respectively. The results from ANOVA analysis proves that human resource development climate in information technology sector varies from organization to organization.
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