International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online)

Impact of Organizational Culture on Job Satisfaction among the University Faculty Members – An Empirical Study
Sayeeduzzafar Qazi, Tejbir Kaur

Abstract
Organizational culture and job satisfaction are the very critical factor for any university. The purpose of the study was to find out prevailing organizational culture among the faculty members of the Universities and between Public and Private Universities, to understand the correlation between Organization culture and Job satisfaction and to suggests the remedies for improving the organizational culture and job satisfaction The present study was conducted on 368 faculty members of Indian private and government universities randomly drawn using questionnaire method. The results obtained indicates that the faculty members of both private and government universities were experiencing moderate level of OCTAPACE culture and also moderate level of job satisfaction and dominant culture components includes Openness and Risk taking, Confrontation, Pro-action, Collaboration and Experimentation. No differences were found between male and female faculty members on the dimensions of job satisfaction and organizational culture. It was further explored and found that there is significant positive correlation exists between organizational culture and job satisfaction.

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