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Nawaz Muhammad (National College of Business Administration and Economics, Pakistan), Bhatti Ghulam Abbas (National College of Business Administration and Economics, Pakistan), Ahmad Shahbaz (National College of Business Administration and Economics, Pakistan), Ahmed Zeshan (Institute of Computer Science, London, United Kingdom)
How Can the Organizational Commitment of Pakistan Railways' Employees Be Improved? The Moderating Role of Psychological Capital
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), 2018, vol. 14, nr 1, s. 123-141, tab., rys., bibliogr. s. 137-140
Tytuł własny numeru
Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Psychological Traits as Factors Influencing Productivity
Słowa kluczowe
Relacje partnerskie, Kultura organizacyjna, Zaangażowanie organizacyjne, Kapitał społeczny, Kapitał psychologiczny
Partner relationships, Organisational culture, Organizational commitment, Social capital, Psychological capital
Klasyfikacja JEL: M14, D2, D91
streszcz., summ.
Niniejsze badania realizują dwa główne cele. Pierwszym z nich było zbadanie związku i wpływu wzajemnych relacji pracowników na ich zaangażowanie organizacyjne przy dwóch założeniach: uwzględnieniu i braku uwzględnienia moderującej roli kapitału psychologicznego. Za drugi z celów przyjęto zbadanie związku kultury organizacyjnej i zaangażowania organizacyjnego, przy tych samych dwu założeniach. Niniejsze badanie ma charakter przekrojowy, w którym zbierano dane od kadry zarządzającej kolei w Pakistanie. Podczas badania moderującego wpływu kapitału psychologicznego na związek wzajemnych powiązań i zaangażowanie organizacyjne, okazało się, że kapitał psychologiczny wzmacnia relacje partnerskie i zaangażowanie organizacyjne, a także wzmacnia związek kultury organizacyjnej i zaangażowania organizacyjnego. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The purpose of this research is twofold: firstly it was planned to examine the relationship and impact of peer-relationship on organizational commitment by means of and without the moderating role of psychological capital. Secondly, the researchers aimed to examine the association of organizational culture and organizational commitment, similarly, by way of and without the moderating effect of psychological capital. This study is cross-sectional by nature in which data were collected from the operational staff of Pakistan railways. While investigating the moderating impact of psychological capital on the association of peer relationship and organizational commitment, it was found that psychological capital strengthens the relationship of peer relationship and organizational commitment; and also strengthens the relationship of organizational culture and organizational commitment as well. (original abstract)
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