This study, therefore, aimed to provide a rigorous empirical analysis to test the relationships among hospital managers' perceptions of organizational attractiveness (OA), employees' perceptions of innovative behavior (IB), SA, IMOC, and OA in the health care industry. The conceptual framework for this study is illustrated in Fig. 1. Based on theoretical and conceptual literature, the study hypothesized that organizational culture (IMOC) and organizational climate (SA) resources are associated with OA and IB as well as that IMOC and SA resources will enhance the positive relationships between OA and IB. Based on this conceptual framework, this study makes three contributions to the literature.
The rest of this paper is organized as follows: the next section reviews the literature regarding the relationship between organizational culture and climate, and organizational attractiveness, IB, and OA. In the third section, the study introduces the data and the research hypotheses. In the fourth section, the findings of the current study are discussed and analyzed using the conceptual framework. The last section concludes the paper.
Organisation theory and behaviour are the study of how individuals or groups or subgroups of people interacts to achieve common organizational goals. The goal of the study of organization theory and behaviour is to increase knowledge of human behaviour in organizations and to help practitioners to understand and control human behaviour in their organizations. These in turn can help the organizations to achieve their organizational goals.
The study also investigated the impact of employee individual innovative behavior on organizational attractiveness and SA. The findings revealed that individual innovative behavior was positively correlated with organizational attractiveness ( = 0.42) and SA ( = 0.31). However, no direct relationship between employee individual innovative behavior and organizational attractiveness or SA was found.
Organisation behaviour is the collective set of actions that an organization performs for its own benefit. If the performance of the organisation is good, then its performance will be good. The study of organisational behaviour is the collective study of the way in which the members of an organisation interact with each other to achieve the organisation’s goals. The field of organisation behavior is the study of the interdependent relationship of individual actions with the society and the organisation.