Organizational culture and organizational commitment: Serbian case

  • Mitic S
  • Vukonjanski J
  • Terek E
  • et al.
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Abstract

The paper presents the results of the impact of certain dimensions of organizational culture (Future Orientation, Power Distance, Human Orientation and Performance Orientation) on organizational commitment in companies in Serbia. Through a survey, responses were obtained from a total of N = 400 middle managers from 129 companies. The results show a statistically significant correlation between the observed dimensions of organizational culture and organizational commitment dimensions. Also, there is a statistically significant predictive effect of certain dimensions of organizational culture on the dimensions of organizational commitment. The biggest influences on the dimensions of organizational commitment have dimensions Future Orientation -FO and Performance Orientation -PO. On the other hand, under the most affected dimension of organizational culture is the dimension of organizational commitment Organizational identification -OCM1.

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Mitic, S., Vukonjanski, J., Terek, E., Gligorovic, B., & Zoric, K. (2016). Organizational culture and organizational commitment: Serbian case. Journal of Engineering Management and Competitiveness, 6(1), 21–27. https://doi.org/10.5937/jemc1601021m

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