IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE ON EMPLOYEE PSYCHOLOGICAL OWNERSHIP IN BANKING AND HOSPITAL SECTORS

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Saleem Raza Qureshi
Prof. Dr. Abdul SubhanKazi
Dr. Qamar-u-dinMahar

Abstract

Organizational culture (OC) can be described as a set of values,
beliefs, and various models of behavior that are pursued in an organizational
setup that characterize the true portrayal of that organization. OC has been
operationalized as having the necessary characteristics of involvement,
consistency, adaptability, and mission; while the construct of psychological
ownership has been operationalized having the essential dimensions of selfefficacy accountability, belongingness, and identity. The primary data was
collected using questionnaire from 637 male and female workers to
belonging to both public and private banks and hospitals. Data were
analyzed through correlation and regression. Findings showed that
involvement, consistency, adaptability and mission explain 45.5% of
variance in total employee psychological ownership. Out of the four
variables, mission has been found to be the largest statistically significant;
consistency as the second largest statistically significant; while involvement
and adaptability have been found to be insignificant.

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