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Relationship Between Job Characteristics Model and Learning Organization: A Case Study of a Ceramic and Tile Company of Maybod City, Iran

Maryam Yazdanfar, Marjan Mohammad Jafari


Learning organisations are always seen to be adjustable in its behaviour so that it promotes new knowledge and ideas. According to job characteristic theory, when the staff feel that their job is valuable and see the feedback of their performance, they would obtain enough motivation for doing their tasks more perfectly. The main aim of the present research is to study the relationship between job characteristic model adopted in a learning organisation where 147 staff were selected as a subject by using random sampling and Cochran's formula. A set of questionnaire was distributed to collect research data. Statistical software SPSS 16.00 was used to analyse the obtained data from descriptive - inferential statistical methods. The results showed that there is a positive and significant relationship between job characteristic and learning organisation at the significant level of 95% which strengthened the main hypothesis of the research. Further, there a positive and significant relationship between all aspects of job characteristic and learning organization is also witnessed. The positive and significant relationship between adjusting variables; level of education, type of job and main variables are also a part of our finding. There is no significant relationship between gender, job record and other variables revealed.


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  • DOI:10.21276/ambi.2016.03.sp1.ra03

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