The Ant and Termite Story


  • Himanshu Misra   Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow


No Keywords.


Organization Culture is a result of amalgamation of the interactions between the policies, procedures and employee behaviour. Several researches have focused on how various leadership styles can shape employee performance, commitment and thereby organizational culture. This article tries to profile employees on the basis of their level of sincerity and commitment to the organization and the level of recognition received by them from the leaders. It thereby reiterates that the right leadership style can foster the right organizational culture and make the organization progressive.


Download data is not yet available.




How to Cite

Misra, H. (2020). The Ant and Termite Story. Journal of Applied Management- Jidnyasa, 12(2), 67–70. Retrieved from


Gamble, P. R., & Gibson, D. A., 1999. Executive values and decision-making: The relationship of culture and information flows. Journal of Management Studies, 36, 217-240.

Sheridan, J. E., 1992. Organizational culture and employee retention. Academy of Management Journal, 35, 1036-1056.

Kopelman, R E., Brief, A. P. and Guzzo, R A., 1990. The role of climate and culture in productivity.San Francisco Jossey-Bass.

Celluci, Anthony J. & David L. De Vries, Measuring Managerial Satisfaction: A Manual for The M.J. SQ Technical Report II, Center for Creative Leadership. 1978.

Fuad Mas’ud, Survei Diagnosis Organisasional : Konsep dan Aplikasi, Badan Penerbit UNDIP, Semarang, 2004.

Similar Articles

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > >> 

You may also start an advanced similarity search for this article.