Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : organizational culture


Influence Of Organizational Culture On Employee Behavior

Harikumar Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 4331-4341

The relationship between an organization's success and its culture has been
extensively researched. Scholars from both developed and developing countries have
investigated the connections between various organizations. While there is agreement that
the two have a good relationship, scholars have differed on the extent of that relationship.
While researchers agree that a strong organizational culture improves employee efficiency,
the extent to which it does so is a point of contention. The author of this paper uses a
literature review to investigate the effect of organizational culture on employees' actions,
attitudes, and efficiency. This paper begins by debating the various meanings of "culture"
and what organizational culture entails. We then use evidence and literature from around
the world to explore the effect of organizational culture on employee performance.
Organizational culture has been found to affect employee actions and loyalty to the
company and their efficiency, both directly and indirectly. However, it is yet to be
determined which feature of corporate culture has the greatest effect and yields the
greatest return on investment.

Did Transformational Leadership, Trust, Psychological Well-Beingand Organizational Culture Influence Organizational Commitment? Evidence from Government Education and Training Centers in Semarang

Ratna Prilianti; Joko Sutarto; Heriyanto .; Titi Prihatin; Kardoyo .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 4245-4262

The purpose of this study is to re-examine the relationship between transformational leadership and organizational commitment and whether trust, psychological well-being, and organizational culture mediate relationships in the context of the hospitality industry. Data were collected using purposive sampling and questionnaires as the research instrument from 77professionals employed in government education and training centers in Semarang. This study used Partial Least Square (PLS) to analyze the data. The results showed that transformational leadership has a positive effect on trust, psychological well-being, and organizational culture. This study also confirmed that trust, psychological well-being, and organizational culture can mediate the relationship of transformational leadership on organizational commitment.

DID TRANSFORMATIONAL, ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT INFLUENCE ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZHENSHIP BEHAVIOUR ?: EVIDENCE FROM RELIGIOUS TRAINING CENTER IN SEMARANG

Kardoyo .; Kasmadi Imam Supardi; Fakhruddin .; Titi Prihatin

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 4263-4276

Organizations such as the Semarang Religious Training Center are under constant pressure from the need to compete, not just the need to respond quickly to changes in data and information needs. Organizations such as the Semarang Religious Training Center should also inspire employees to do their best and encourage employees to fulfill performance by bringing up Organizational Citizhensip Behavior (OCB). This study examines how organizational employees can influence them in the behavior of transformational leadership, organizational culture, organizational commitment and OCB. A total of 66 employees of Semarang Religious Training Center participated in the research. The data were analyzed through deriftive statistics, confirmation factor analysis and structural equation modeling. The results showed that transformational leadership and organizational culture positively influenced the organization's commitment. transformational leadership, organizational culture, and organizational commitment positively influence OCB. The organization's commitment does not act as a mediator between transformational leadership and OCB. The organization's commitment acts as a partial mediator between the culture of the organization and OCB.

Effect of Audit Quality, Corporate Governance and Transformational Leadership on Auditor Performance through Organizational Commitment and Organizational Culture on Public Accountant Offices in Indonesia

Indrayati .; Grahita Chandrarin; Fajar Supanto

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 4303-4313

This study aims to empirically examine the effect of audit quality, corporate governance, transformational leadership on auditor performance through organizational commitment and organizational culture in public accounting firms in Malang and Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. This research model is quantitative with a population of 660 public accounting firms in Indonesia, with a sample of 150 active auditors in Malang and Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. Data collection techniques with documentation from the questionnaire distributed to auditors as Partners, Managers, Supervisors, Senior Accountants and Junior Accountants. Data analysis using Structural equation modeling analysis. The results found that audit quality, corporate governance, transformational leadership, organizational commitment and organizational culture significantly influence auditor performance. This study only examines the effect of audit quality, corporate governance, strategic leadership, organizational commitment and organizational culture on auditor performance in public accounting firms in Malang and Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. This research is limited to audit quality, corporate governance, strategic leadership, organizational commitment, organizational culture and auditor performance in public accounting firms in Malang and East Java, Indonesia.