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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 3826-3833


ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS IN RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCE

Shaukat Ullah Khan, Ahmad Ali, Adnan Khan, Shehla Sheikh, Mati Ullah Khan.

Abstract
The universities are responsible for providing conducive environment towards teaching and learning activities in order to attain the desired standards for imparting the quality education. In this regard, this role is further dependent upon the effective performance management system that universities are executing towards the desired standing and success. However, this role is further influenced by numerous factors among which organizational politics has been widely researched to has critical role in determination of the desired standards. This study is an effort to examine the mediating role of organizational politics in relationship between organizational culture and employees’ performance by collecting data from the respondents and analyzing the data through diverse tools and techniques to attain the desired objectives. The results provide significant information about the association and mediation which thus helps in reaching the conclusion about the main objectives and offering certain recommendations for policymakers and management of higher institutions in developing countries like Pakistan.

Key words: Organizational Politics, Organizational Culture, Employees’ Performance & HEIs



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