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Case Studies | Business Administration | Saudi Arabia | Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021
The Moderating Role of Organizational Innovation on the Relationship between Transformational Training Programs and Quality Orientation of Employees
Dr. Fadi Hamed Alqudah
Abstract: Organizational innovation (OI) has turned into an interested topic of research in the business literature; hence, prior research has examined the moderating effect of OI on the relationship between Transformational Training Programs (TTP) and Quality Orientation of Employees (QOE). Thus, the current study aims at examining the moderating role of OI in the relationship between TTP and QOE in private universities in Jordan. The proposed model was examined on data obtained by means of survey conducted with participation of 212 of deans, departments’ heads and the members of faculty. In order to examine the hypotheses of the current research the statistical set for social was applied with the use of Simple Regressions and hierarchical Multiple Regression. The findings indicated a positive effect of TTP on QOE. Additionally, the OI (process innovation, product innovation and capability innovation) moderates the relationship between TTP and QOE. This research work has several limitations, particularly the study sample and inability to generalize the current results for other sectors.
Keywords: Organizational innovation OI, Quality Orientation of Employees QOE, Transformational Training Programs TTP
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021,
Pages: 1318 - 1324
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