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Journal:   JOURNAL OF CULTURAL MANAGEMENT   fall 2017 , Volume 11 , Number 37 #m00566; Page(s) 63 To 78.

Investigating the Role of Organizational Culture and Islamic Work Ethics on Job Performance with Regarding Mediating Role of Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Job Satisfaction (Case Study: Office of Registry and Property and Property of Mashhad)

Author(s):  AMIN AFSHAR ZAHRA*, Elahi Seyyed Majid, Hooshangi Mohsen
* Imam Khomeini International University, Qazvin, Iran
Introduction and Purpose of the Research: The combination of corporate culture with Islamic work ethics will challenge managers to see if these two elements can bring a better job performance to the employees or need for other variables. The main purpose of this study is investigating Islamic work ethics and organizational culture on employee job performance of Office of Registry, documentary and Property of Mashhad. In this line organizational citizenship behavior and job satisfaction are applied as mediator factors. Methods: This research was done using a hypothesis-based test and a questionnaire and contains 9 main hypotheses and the required data were selected among 113 employee. Based on structural equation modeling the data were analyzed by Smart-PLS technique. Findings: The findings revealed that there is positive impact among all factors except the relationship between Islamic work ethics and organizational citizenship behavior (β =0/103, t= 1/100). Among the factors, job performance takes most impact of Islamic work ethics. The mediating role of organizational citizenship behavior didn’ t confirm on the relationship between Islamic work ethics and employee job performance, but the rest confirmed. Conclusions: Based on the results, applying Islamic work ethics criterions in organizational culture could improve performance of Iranian organizations.
Keyword(s): Islamic work ethics,organizational culture,job performance,organizational citizenship behavior,job satisfaction
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