|Title:||The influence of organizational subcultures in health organizations|
|Keywords:||Commitment, organizational culture, organizational subculture, leadership, job satisfaction|
|Abstract:||This study investigates the mediating role of organizational subculture and its antecedents of organizational commitment namely leadership, culture and job satisfaction. Structural equation analysis is used to examine our model in which organizational subculture mediated the influence of leadership style and organizational culture on commitment, and in which job satisfaction is an antecedent of commitment. The results of this study highlight the important role of local leadership and subculture in determining employees’ job satisfaction and commitment. The findings in this study could also provide managers with a new lens to examine organizational culture via three perspectives: bureaucratic, supportive and innovative. Furthermore, the results could renew interests in developing other organizational subculture models that could determine the relationship between organizational subculture and commitment|
|Type of Work:||Working Paper|
|Appears in Collections:||ITLS Working Papers 2009|
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