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Title: Relationship of Organic and Mechanistic Organizational Structure with Job Satisfaction and Job Performance of Teaching Faculty at Higher Education Institutions
Authors: Bibi, Nazma
Keywords: Social Sciences
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: University of the Punjab , Lahore
Abstract: The study aimed to examine the relationship of organic and mechanistic organizational structure with job satisfaction and job performance of teaching faculty in higher education institutions. Initially, a questionnaire was used to identify the organizational structure that whether it is organic or mechanistic. The research population consisted of faculty members of Higher Education Commission (HEC) recognized general universities of Punjab. A two-stage random sampling technique was used to select the sample. The sample consisted of 720 teaching faculty among which 420 were from public sector universities and 300 from private sector universities of Punjab. The response rate was 622 (86.38%). Three 5-point Likert type questionnaires were filled by the respondents on organizational structure, job satisfaction, and job performance. The content validity of these questionnaires was checked by the panel of experts. The Cronbach‘s alpha reliability coefficient of the three scales (Organizational Structure Survey (OSS), Job Satisfaction Survey (JSS), and Task Performance Scale (TPS) were 0.86, 0.85, and 0.73 respectively. The data analysis was performed using descriptive statistics (Mean & Standard Deviation) and inferential statistics (Pearson r, t-test, and ANOVA) to arrive at valid conclusions. The findings of the study showed that the organizational structure of sampled universities was organic. The organizational structure of public sector universities was more organic as compared to private sector universities. The teaching faculty of public sector universities were more satisfied with their jobs as compared to the teaching faculty of private sector universities. The task performance of the supervisors was also found satisfactory. Supervisors rated their performance on a self-rating scale to be performing well. The supervisees also rated the performances of their respective supervisors very satisfactory.
Gov't Doc #: 20295
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