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Management of organizational cultures and job performance: the case for GCC companies

Ibrahim Rached Al Taweel1
1. Qassim University (Saudi Arabia)
265 - 271
Cite as:
Al Taweel, I. R. (2019). The impact of the organizational cultures on the job performance in the GCC companies. Marketing and Management of Innovations, 3, 265-271. http://doi.org/10.21272/mmi.2019.3-20


This paper summarizes the arguments and counterarguments within the scientific discussion on the issue the link between organizational cultures on the job performance in the Gulf Council countries companies. The main goal of the paper is to examine empirically the determinants of organizational cultures (structure, strategy, leadership, and high-performance work), and their impacts on job performance. The relevance of the decision of this scientific problem is that organizational cultures are a relevant problem for the companies in the Gulf Council countries. The Investigation of the topic of organizational cultures and the job performance in the paper is carried out in the following logical sequence: The methodological tool of this contribution tries to measure the effect of organizational cultures, structure, strategy, leadership, and high-performance work on job performance. The main purpose of the research is focused on the empirical approach justified by the use of the structural equations. The paper presents the results of an empirical analysis which showed that the effect of organizational cultures, structure, strategy, leadership, and high-performance work exerts positive relationships on job performance. The results found suggest that structure and strategy as indicators of organizational cultures, job performance with a high-performance work practice. The results showed a positive impact between the variables and implied that organizational cultures in the Gulf Council countries companies have a positive and significant relationship with job performance. The results confirm the existence of positive relationship as significant between structure, strategy and job performance in the Gulf Council countries companies. The research empirically confirms and theoretically proves that organizational cultures are significant relationships with job performance. The results of the research can be useful for the Gulf Council countries companies to promote the organizational cultures for good job performance.

organizational cultures, strategy, leadership, high-performance work, job performance.

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