Article Title: The Impact of Organizational Culture on Commitment of Teachers in Private Sector of Higher Education
Author(s): Pirzada Sami Ullah Sabri, Muhammad Ilyas and Zahra Amjad
Institute(s): Superior College, Lahore.
Journal: Pakistan Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 2013, Vol. 11, No.2, 69-76
Correspondence Address: Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management at the Superior College, Lahore. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel:+923219487367
The present study determines the effect of organizational culture on commitment using 411 faculty members in higher education private institutes of Punjab, Pakistan. Instruments including organizational commitment having three subscales including continuance, affective and normative commitment (Myers & Allen, 1988) and organizational culture (Yang, 2003) were used. Principal component and multiple regression analyses were computed and results detected a significant positive impact of the above three aspects of the organizational culture on commitment of teaching faculty. The study suggested that low level of normative commitment weakens the overall organizational commitment of teachers.
Keywords: Organizational culture, continuance and normative commitment, commitments of teachers, private sector, Higher Education