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Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. acclaimed Guest 2001 Guest Michie Conway Sheehan 2003. Hung Wong 2007 King 2004 Kinicki Kreitner Cole Dawn. 2006 Lee Bruvold 2003 Malik Nawab Danish 2010 Maurer. Lippstreu 2008 Peiperl Arthur 2002 These and a lot many more. studies underscore the centrality of organizational learning culture in. affecting employees behaviour An organization is the reflection of its. employees Rahman 2012 Werner DeSimone 2006 This, necessitates the development of new behaviours and processes that make. them more effective and efficient Senge 2006 The concept of. empowering human capital for creativity and innovation by planning the. careers of employees using HRM policies and practices to develop their. skills and competencies with the ultimate aim to provide a range of. innovative products and services is gaining currency and are considered. to be the most important to improving their performance in periods of. rapid change and to this end most modern organizations are presently. engaged in a myriad of organizational change efforts aimed at improving. performance Longenecker Fink 2001 p 7 Technological inroads. have necessitated changes like global competitions mergers. acquisitions downsizing customers demands etc Ababneh 2013. These changes at the organizational level have elevated the importance. of managing people at work and in particular the planning and. managing of their careers Patrick Kumar 2011 p 24, With the current expansion of the global economy and the fast. changing evolution of technology and innovation organizations are. facing an ongoing need for employee learning and development Egan. Yang Bartlett 2004 p 279 This requires the breakage of the old. habits and developing new behaviours and processes Therefore the. importance of effective human resource management practices has. empirically been recognized A number of researchers Gould Williams. 2003 Guest et al 2003 Longenecker Fink 2001 Senge 2006. Shahzad Bashir Ramay 2008 Sullivan 1999 Swanson Holton. 2001 Wright Gardner Moynihan 2003 have found that HR. practices positively affect employees as well as organizational. performance However most of these studies have been carried out in. developed countries Till the end of the 20th century Pakistan was. considered as under researched country in the discipline of HR. management practices Aycan et al 2000 p 217 Similarly Shahzad. et al 2008 believe that the amount of research to test the human. resource performance association with employee behaviour in. developing countries like Pakistan is very scarce In the light of the. extant literature this study attempts to validate the previous researches. through empirical evidence from teaching staff of colleges in Malakand. Division Though it can be said that reformations are underway they. could only be made effective and targeted if directed and guided by some. Journal of Managerial Sciences 16 Volume X Number 1. Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. sound research Surprisingly the amount of research available in this. regard is equal to naught Therefore there is a dire need of knowing. understanding the views of those who are being affected by the absence. or presence of such opportunities,Literature Review. For organizations wishing to remain relevant and thrive learning better. and faster is critically important Serrat 2008 p 2 According to. researchers Hurley 2002 Hurley Hult 1998 organizational learning. culture helps organizations to affect the behavior of employees. Researchers e g Joseph Dai 2009 are of the opinion that. organizational culture that has characteristics like group cooperation. trust open communication employee involvement constructive. participation and empowerment are conducive to organizational. performance Similarly the literature supports that employees and. systems can mutually benefit from the career development process. reinforcing its relevance as a human resource development function. McDonald Hite 2005 p 421 It is therefore expected that if. organizations involve employees in career development activities this. will increase their level of commitment and satisfaction that encourage. performance improvement stay in organization accomplishing. organizational objectives efficiently Ababneh 2013. In the light of the changing perspectives on career the role of. organization has been intensified in the sense that traditional. organizations are required to change their behavior to organizational. learning culture Employee career planning and career management are. the two approaches that lead to employee career development And an. organization that facilitates the learning of its members and continuously. transforms itself remains competitive in the business environment In. such organizations the role of supportive supervisors is of much. importance as this has a strong impact on career development Van der. Sluis Poell 2003,Organizational Learning Culture OLC. The concept of organizational learning has been in business literature. from more than forty years Wang Huang 2013 However it got. popularity in the 1990s and has widely been defined and discussed in the. extant literature since then Bapuji Crossan 2004 Crossan Guatto. 1996 Senge 2006 The base of the concept has expanded in all the. three dimensions conceptual theoretical and empirical Lipshitz. Popper Friedman 2002 Wang Huang 2013 There could be many. factors behind this expansion which among others include technological. advances inroads of globalization and fast pace of the growth of. Journal of Managerial Sciences 17 Volume X Number 1. Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. multinational companies MNCs in the 1990s Chiva Alegre 2005. Dodgson 1993 Wang Huang 2013,Career Planning CP, Business has become globalized wherein changes have become the.
permanent feature on daily basis These changes include downsizing. restructuring acquisitions and mergers and technological advancement. to cope with the fast changing business world Appelbaum Ayre. Shapiro 2002 Baruch 2004 Greenhaus Callanan Godshalk 2009. These ever changing demands have elevated the importance of people s. management particularly the planning and management of their careers. Baruch 2004 which warrant both organizations and individuals to. devise proper planning and strategies to cope with uncertainties that. surround these changes At the same time the unprecedented speed and. growth of knowledge exceptional increase in training and development. programs and the pervasive increase in job opportunities are some of the. challenges that have to be coped with It is believed that investment in. proper career management and career planning culminate in career. development Adekola 2011,Career Management CM, A lifelong process of career planning involves setting and choosing one s. career goals and devising strategies to achieve them This process helps. employees in making them aware of their values interests strengths. weaknesses let them aware of the opportunities identify career goals. and establish action plans to achieve these goals So in this ongoing. process either an employee alone or in concert with the organization s. career system prepares implement and monitor career plans and. strategies Greenhaus et al 2009 This process involves career. exploration development of career goals and use of career strategies to. obtain career goals Patrick Kumar 2011 p 25 According to. Lazarova and Taylor 2009 some employees develop their careers. within the boundaries of the organizations and their careers development. are affected by the existing career management systems while some. others decide to develop their careers in multiple organizations Hence. career management requires initiative from both organizations as well as. individuals in order to provide maximum benefit for both Patrick. Kumar 2011 p 24,Career Development CD, Career development is a field that is becoming increasingly relevant for. both employees and employers Kuijpers Schyns Scheerens 2006. The definitions of career development vary because of the focus. individual or organizational McDonald Hite 2005 For McDaniels. Journal of Managerial Sciences 18 Volume X Number 1. Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. and Gysbers 1992 it is the totality of sociological psychological. educational economic physical and also chance factors which shape an. individual s career Career development does not mean linear. hierarchical progression that brings more responsibilities additional. financial rewards etc, It is about helping employees to become change resilient more secure. in them and their future as the organization adjusts to changing market. situations It is about increasing employability that broadens the range. of potential job roles open to the individual and extends the value of. their staying with this employer Patrick Kumar 2011 p 25. Adekola 2011 contends that investment in proper career management. and career planning enables individual employees to reap the fruits of. such investment in the shape of career development Career planning and. career development are very closely related concepts and reflect an. organization s effectiveness,Research Hypotheses, The current study will be testing the following hypotheses through. empirical data collected through a self administered survey. questionnaire, i Organizational learning culture has positive relationship with.
employees perceptions of career planning, ii Organizational learning culture has positive relationship with. employees perceptions of career management, iii Career planning is positively correlated with employees. perceptions of career development, iv Career management is positively correlated with employees. perceptions of career development, v OLC positively affects career development through career. management and career planning,Figure 1 Conceptual Model of the Research.
Journal of Managerial Sciences 19 Volume X Number 1. Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. Methodology, The current study is a relational quantitative study designed to. investigate and validate the possible relationship between organizational. learning culture and employees career development with the mediating. role of employees career planning and career management Teaching. staff of all the colleges of Malakand Division Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. makes the population of the current study Total teaching staffs the. population in all these colleges are nearly 2200 Stratified random. sampling technique has been employed with 395 respondents as sample. for the study The researcher has used four scales to measure the. constructs of interest These are organizational learning culture career. planning career management and career development Measures of. demographic information include college s name age gender and. designation All statistical tests were two tailed and p values less than. 05 were considered significant For descriptive statistics like mean. standard deviation and correlation coefficients SPSS has been. employed While for inferential statistics SEM was employed through. Analysis of Moment Structure AMOS Five fit indices i e CFI GFI. CMIN DF RMR and RMSEA were employed to measure the fitness of. the measurement and structural models A 5 point Likert response scales. ranging from 1 strongly disagree to 5 strongly agree was employed. for all the variables of interest, Organizational learning culture This variable was measured. with a single factor model having 10 indicators The items were. adapted from, http www hfi com images ocq sample reportshortver pdf. Internal reliability Cronbach s alpha of the construct is 0 816. Measurement model for this construct was analyzed using. measurement estimation The initial model did not fit well in the. light of the 05 fit indices due to the high correlation of OLC 3. and OLC 7 with other indicators Therefore these indicators. were dropped to achieve model fit Finally the construct has. been left with 8 indicators, Career Planning This construct was measured using 11 item. scale The items used to tap this variable were taken from King. 1999 Gould 1979 and Coachline s career development needs. survey available at http www orghealth com cdn Cronbach s. alpha for the construct is 0 857 Measurement model for this. construct was analyzed using measurement estimation The. initial model did not fit well in the light of the 05 fit indices due. to the high correlation of CP 2 CP 3 CP 4 and CP 8 with other. Journal of Managerial Sciences 20 Volume X Number 1. Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. indicators Therefore these indicators were dropped to achieve. model fit Finally the construct has been left with 7 indicators. Career Management This variable was measured using 6 item. scale These items were adapted from Chen Chen Chang. Yeh 2004 and Lee Lee Bruvold 2003 Cronbach s alpha. for the construct is 0 874 The initial model did not fit well in the. light of the 05 fit indices due to the high correlation of CM 1 and. CM 3 Therefore these indicators were dropped to achieve. model fit Finally the construct has been left with 4 indicators. Career Development The quality of career development was. measured using 5 item scale The items were adapting from. Coachline s career development needs survey available at. http www orghealth com cdn Cronbach s alpha for the. construct is 0 776 The initial model fit well in the light of the 05. fit indices Therefore all the 5 indicators were retained for the. structural model, Structural Model After analyzing measurement models for the.
individual construct separately structural model was estimated. Confirmatory factor analysis was run on the model to see if the. values for different goodness of fit indices are within the. acceptable level These values indicated the acceptance of the. model Different values for these indices were chi square value. of 610 109 with 245 degrees of freedom was statistically. significant at p 0 000 CFI 0 901 RMSEA 0 062 GFI,0 884 Standardized RMR 0 052 and CMIN DF 2 490. These results are sufficient evidences of reliability for constructs. of the model in the confirmatory factor analysis CFA path. models for measurement and structural models have been. provided in Fig 1 and Fig 2 respectively Similarly correlation. and path coefficient for these models are provided in TABLE I. and TABLE II respectively, Journal of Managerial Sciences 21 Volume X Number 1. Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. Figure 3 Measurement Model,Figure 3 Structural Model. Journal of Managerial Sciences 22 Volume X Number 1. Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. Table 2 Correlation Matrix of the Study N 395,Variables 1 2 3 4. Organizational Learning Culture,Career Planning 0 62.
Career Management 0 59 0 37,Career Development 0 36 0 72 0 13. Table 2 Path Coefficients among the Constructs,Variable Coefficients. Organizational Learning Culture Career Planning 0 62. Organizational Learning Culture Career 0 59,Management. Career Planning Career 0 77,Development,Career Management Career 0 16. Development,Discussions on the Research Findings, Keeping in view the volatile nature of survival in the global market the.
critical nature of employees workplace behaviour has got currency and. acceptability Guest 2001 Guest et al 2003 Hung Wong 2007 Z. King 2004 Kinicki et al 2006 Lee Bruvold 2003 Malik et al. 2010 Maurer Lippstreu 2008 Peiperl Arthur 2002 There are. sufficient proofs for underscoring the value of organizational learning. culture in affecting employees behaviour That is why the development. of new behaviours and processes that make the employees more effective. and efficient Senge 2006 has become a major concern for. academicians and practitioners In this regard concern for employees. career through HRM policies and practices is gaining currency. Longenecker Fink 2001 The trends towards these values and. concerns still continues and the changes at the organizational level for. planning and managing of employees careers still occupy the central. position in managing workforce behaviour Patrick Kumar 2011. The extant literature is replete with the positive relationship. between OLC and CP Appelbaum et al 2002 Baruch 2004 Martin. Romero Valle Dolan 2001 Through this relationship organizations. are seen as facilitators in putting into practice all the career development. initiatives On estimation of the current model the path coefficient value. for this relationship is 0 59 which validates the existence of positive. relationship and hence the first hypothesis is supported by the empirical. Career management is a part of organizational learning culture as. it represents organizational perspective in the career development. Journal of Managerial Sciences 23 Volume X Number 1. Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. process Morrison Hock 1986 It is through career management. wherein an individual in concert with the organization prepares. implement and monitor career plans and strategies Greenhaus et al. 2009 to provide maximum benefit for both Adekola 2011 Patrick. Kumar 2011 On estimation of the current model the path coefficient. value for this relationship is 0 62 which validates the existence of. positive relationship and hence the second hypothesis is also supported. by the empirical data, Career planning and career management have been found the. two main antecedents of career development Ababneh 2013 Patrick. Kumar 2011 Puah Ananthram 2006 Hall 1986 believe that the. integration of these two activities culminates in career development On. estimation of the current model the path coefficient value for the. relationship between career planning and development is 0 77 which. validates the existence of positive relationship and hence the third. hypothesis is also supported by the empirical data. Similarly literature on the relationship between career. management and career development supports the existence of positivity. Adekola 2011 Chen et al 2004 Post Borgen Amundson, Washburn 2002 It is believed that career management practices. provide the required support for the development of knowledge skills. and behaviours essential for the success of the individuals On estimation. of the current model the path coefficient value for the relationship. between career management and development is 0 16 which validates the. existence of positive though week relationship and hence the fourth. hypothesis is weekly supported by the empirical data. Hypothesis 5 H5 regarding the mediation was tested through a. process of comparison between the model that had the mediating effect. with the one that did not have The two models were compared with one. another through a chi square difference test The chi square for the. former model was 610 109 with 245 degrees of freedom RMSEA 062. Standardized RMR 052 GFI 884 CFI 901 while the chi square. values for the latter model was 665 187 with 243 degrees of freedom. RMSEA 069 Standardized RMR 123 GFI 812 CFI 838 The. difference in chi square between the two models was 55 078 with 2. degree of freedom This was a significant change On the basis of this. significant difference between the two models it can be concluded that. the model that includes the mediating effects is better than the model that. does not include the mediating effect On the basis of this comparison it. can be said that career planning and career management mediates the. relationship between OLC and CD The hypothesis is supported. Journal of Managerial Sciences 24 Volume X Number 1. Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. Conclusion, While working in any organization it is natural that employees learn and. with the passage of time get experienced However the concept of. organizational learning culture cannot be translated in that way To grow. and protect the investment made in staff members a learning. organization pays careful attention to developing and retaining its people. It is commonly believed that learning organizations are supposed to. provide diverse opportunities for individual learning and development. And the goal behind these opportunities is to ensure that individuals and. teams competencies are developed Empirical evidence of the current. study has supported the previous research and further validated these. relationships This means that though in our public sector as well as. private sector teaching colleges there do exists some rudimentary sort of. learning and career management and development opportunities they. cannot be termed adequate to serve the purpose of modern organizational. learning culture trends Therefore more attention is required in this. Journal of Managerial Sciences 25 Volume X Number 1. Organizational Learning Culture and Employees Career Haji Wali Nazim Fawad. References, Ababneh R 2013 Antecedents and outcomes of career development in. Jordanian public sector Journal of Emerging Trends in. Economics and Management Sciences 4 4 pp 417 426, Adekola B 2011 Career planning and career management as correlates.
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