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Journal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.11, No. 7)

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Page : 1086-1098

Keywords : Organization Goal; Classification; Output; Antecedent; Organization.;

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The basic instrument needed by the organizations to sustain their functioning and survival is organizational goals. Organizational goals are a significant basic concept that shapes the future of the organizations in a sense. Meanwhile, organizational goals are an important parameter in respect of increasing efficiency and performance at the organizational level. In this sense, it can be thought of as a necessary stage to help organizational goals be determined and understood and to predict the strategies and behaviors to be developed at the organizational level in the future. This study aims to discuss and evaluate the available theoretical and empirical evidence about organizational goals at the organizational level and to make a contribution to organizational studies. On the other hand, in this study, theoretical approaches for the organizational goal paradigm within the scope of organizational studies, types of organizational goal classification, and analysis of organizational goals in terms of the outputs and antecedents of organizational goals are addressed as a systematic process. Thus, an analysis was preferred based on goal types classified paradigmatically for outputs and antecedents within the scope of organizational goals. Additionally, the structure of organizational goals needs to comply with the quality of the decisions made within the context of motivation, commitment and performance outputs in terms of individuals and groups at the organizational level. In this sense, the structure of the organizational goal mechanism should be explained, and it should be discovered how suitable the selected strategy is for the structure of the organization and how much it helps with the determination of the general goals at the organizational level. Moreover, in this study, the multidimensional variable structure of organizational goals was put forward, and the structure of organizational goals in association with individual and group levels was emphasized to be related to the goals at the organizational level. Accordingly, we can state that the individual or group performance obtained within the framework of organizational goals change as a reaction given by organizational goals at the changes in internal and external environments according to the output

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