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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 06)
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Mapping Inertial Forces for Organizational Change in Textile Sector of Pakistan

Abdul Majid, Muhammad Yasir and Naila Tabassum
Corresponding Author:  Abdul Majid 

Key words:  change, inertia, internal environment, inertia, Pakistan, textile ,
Vol. 5 , (06): 2212-2220
Submitted Accepted Published
August 09, 2012 September 03, 2012 February 21, 2013

The primary objective of this research is the analysis of internal environment of textile sector of Pakistan to identify inertial forces that compel organizations to remain on status quo rather than adopting the strategies for change. The inertial forces exist in various dimensions of internal environment; however, this research analyzes two important dimensions of internal environment which include human resource and technology. Data was collected through self administered questionnaires. More than 500 questionnaires were distributed in different subsectors of textile. After analyzing the data, this research concluded that the numbers of variables existed in internal environment of textile sector are more in numbers and complex in nature than the variables existed in the context of developed countries.
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Abdul Majid, Muhammad Yasir and Naila Tabassum, 2013. Mapping Inertial Forces for Organizational Change in Textile Sector of Pakistan.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(06): 2212-2220.
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