The Impact of Organizational Culture on the Adoption of E-Management “Evidence from Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET) in Kuwait”

Naser Almutairi

Abstract


This study aimed to identify the "The Impact of organizational culture on the adoption of e- management" in thePublic Authority for Applied Education and training (PAAET).The researcher used the descriptive analyticalmethod, and collected primary data by a questionnaire, A (350) questionnaire distributed to employees dealingwith the e-management in (PAAET), the Response was (300) , and after examining the questionnaires (20) wereexcluded because of giving non-fulfillment of the conditions required to answer.

Study concluded numbers of results:

a) There are significant statistical positive correlation between the elements of an organizational cultural as(organizational values, organizational beliefs, organizational norms, and organizational expectations) andthe adoption of e-Management.b) The The employee can not make decisions within the culture of centralization in PAAET without referenceto his immediate supervisor, even with the use of the framework of e-governance.c) The management does not care or work on motivate staff for excellence in structuring and dissemination ofe-Management in the PAAET.d) The organazation culture is efected the staff participated in development e-management program.


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