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RME 2020, 12(2): 21-30 Back to browse issues page
The Role of Organizational Culture on Faculty Members’ Reformation
HR Mohammadi , M Salehi * , N Jabbari
Associate Professor, department of Educational Management, Islamic Azad University, Sari branch, Sari, Iran , drsalehi@iausari.ac.ir
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Introduction: The experts emphasize the importance of organizational culture in relation to development and the specialized and needed human resources of the various departments are trained by the higher education sector. Strengthening and developing universities, especially their faculty members, is of paramount importance. The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of organizational culture in faculty members’ development.
Methods: In the present study, Delphi technique has been used as a separate method in the qualitative stage for achieving the main goals and developing the components of the variables. And a survey method used to reach the secondary goal and validating the organizational culture on faculty reformation of Islamic Azad university - khorasan Razavi , different branches. statistical population included 1200 faculty members and  291 were determined as final sample size  Data were collected through two questionnaires of organizational culture and faculties’ reformation with Likert five-point scale. Structural equation modelings in AMOS software were used to test the research hypotheses.
Results: The analysis showed that the impact coefficient of organizational culture on faculty memberschr('39') reformation was 0.57 and the influential components of organizational culture were mission (2.35), job involvement (2.55) and adjustment (1.20). The most important of these components was the engagement.
Conclusion: From the present study concluded that strong organizational culture can influence staffs’ obligation and improve behavioral stability therefore, in strategic spatial planning components of organizational culture on faculty development include mission, engagement, and adaptation, the most important of which were engagement. It is suggested formulation of a cultural effectiveness strategy be optimally considered for the transformation and excellence of faculty members.
Keywords: Organizational Culture, Reformation, Faculty Members
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Mohammadi H, Salehi M, Jabbari N. The Role of Organizational Culture on Faculty Members’ Reformation. RME. 2020; 12 (2) :21-30
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