ASPECTS OF LEADERSHIP STYLE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE ON ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE IN ABU DHABI PUBLIC SECTOR

Amer Saleh Nasser Abdulla Al Mansoori, Ali Khatibi, S. M. Ferdous Azam

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The aim of this research is to determine the aspects of leadership style and organizational culture on organization performance in Abu Dhabi public sector. A total of 398 respondents were selected for the data analysis, where the ultimate step of data analysis is the employing appropriate analytical methods to understand and interpret the data gathered. The present study is to be used Statistical Software Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) and AMOS Software Package to analyze the data. Based on existing literature, previous studies and the purpose of the study, the researcher has decided to use descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) explores the possible underlying factor structure of a set of variables without foisting a predetermined structure on the outcome. On the other hand, Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) tests the hypothesis relationships of the variables to verify its factor structure. The result found that, in order to stimulate the progress of the organization, they must recognize and harness the creativity and innovative of the leadership. Technology, culture and organizational strategy may not be able to sustain them for long unless organizations are ready to establish a structure that continuously develops knowledge leaders to run and sustain the process.

 

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leadership style, organizational culture, organization performance, public sector, Abu Dhabi

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