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An assessment of the impact of organizational culture on performance from faculty
perspective in non
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faith based university colleges
in Ghana.
Hannah E. A. Acquah (PhD Candidate) Faculty of Management, University of Professional
Studies and
Benjamin Edem Zogbator Regent University College of Science and Technology
ABSTRACT
The purpose of the study is to explore staff perceptions of
organizational culture in their
institutions and assess the impact of organizational culture on performance from faculty
perspective. Data were collected from 80 faculty members of 3 non
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faith based
universities in Ghana. It is expe
cted that the findings will identify specific
organizational culture and the preferred culture type that enhances performance in a
changing environment. The study creates awareness and provides guidelines to non
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faith
based university c
olleges in formulating strategies to develop organizational culture types
that empower faculty to work to achieve organizational goals. The study contributes to
the knowledge on organizational culture types and their practice especially in no
n
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faith based
private university colleges and their implications to performance. It also opens up the
discussion on the place of organizational culture on performance in future research.
Key Words: Organizational Culture Assessment Tool (O
CAT): power, role, achievement,
support; non
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faith based university colleges