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


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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