The internal components of an organization construct essential but critical sources for success. Growing focus has been extended to identify and understand what features are essential to organizational uninterrupted success and how they directly or indirectly put their influence on aggregate organizational outcomes. The main characteristics framing organization include culture, structure, political and power features. They make up an organizational environment in which organizational practices and activities take place.Effectiveness has long remained a contested and unsettled conceptual framework in general organizational theory (Herman and Renz, 2008, p. 400). However, authors have been able to define organizational effectiveness as “the degree to which an organization realizes its goals”. In the similar direction, some authors have elaborated that organizational effectiveness is assessed by a congruence point between the organization’s goals and the observed outcome. Here, the concept of assessment is considered significant as it defines the degree of this congruence point between the organizational goals and organizational outcomes. More specifically, the effectiveness is measured as how better it performs and obtains its pre-determined organizational outcomes. The biggest advantage of this assessment is that it enables organizations to know their existing organizational performance and conclude whether it has been able to satisfy its pre-determined organizational objectives.