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The relationship between organizational culture and organizational success: A case study

Management Science Letters. 2015;5(5):507-516 DOI 10.5267/j.msl.2015.3.002

 

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Journal Title: Management Science Letters

ISSN: 1923-9335 (Print); 1923-9343 (Online)

Publisher: Growing Science

LCC Subject Category: Social Sciences: Commerce: Business: Business records management

Country of publisher: Canada

Language of fulltext: English

Full-text formats available: PDF

 

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Masoud Taheri

Masoud Monshizadeh

Hossein Ebrahimi Kordiani

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Time From Submission to Publication: 20 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

This study aims to study the relationship between organizational culture and organizational success in order to offer solutions for improving the performance and increasing the efficiency level of staffs. The statistical community of this research includes 1518 employees in organizations of Khorasan Razavi province. Sample volume is calculated through Morgan’s formula. Stratified sampling is the selected sampling method of this research. The results shows that organizational culture affected the organizational success and increasing of organizational culture could lead to more organizational success. Also it could be applied in components of organizational culture. According to results, there is no significant relationship between stability and integrity culture and organizational success and between adaptability culture and organizational success in Welfare organization. Moreover, analysis indicates that participative culture had more effect on organizational success in comparison with other criteria and one unit change of participative culture leads to 0.365 of unit change in organizational culture. Finally, the study indicated that although mission culture had significant relationship with organizational success solely, but it had negligible role in organizational success in comparison with other components of organizational culture.