The Influence of Organizational Culture on Organizational Learning, Worker Involvement and Worker Productivity

Kodjo Joseph

Abstract


The objective of this study is to investigate the probable correspondence among organizational culture, organizational learning, and worker involvement and worker productivity. A qualitative research design was utilized. The author investigated 40 enterprises and 4 structured questionnaires were distributed with enterprises to be filled out. This resulted in 160 responses. There were 63 organizations selected for this study, but only 40 showed interest and participated in the research representing about a 63.49% response rate of the collection of data that we found important for a developing economy like Ivory Coast. A descriptive analysis and econometrics tools were utilized to appreciate the correlation amongst the variables. The findings of this study revealed that there is a significant correlation amongst the different variables.

 

Keywords: Human Resource Management; Organizational Performance; Knowledge Management; Work Environment; Abidjan (Ivory Coast).


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v4n9p243

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