International Academic Journal of Science and Engineering

  • ISSN 2454-3896

Relationship of Organizational culture, Teamwork and Job satisfaction in interprofessional teams

Mona Fakhari

Abstract: Team effectiveness is often explained on the basis of input-process-output (IPO) models. According to these models a relationship between organizational culture (input = I), interprofessional teamwork (process = P) and job satisfaction (output = O) is postulated. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between these three aspects using structural analysis. In this paper, with one model, the relationship between organizational culture, teamwork and job satisfaction to be addressed. The results showed that 35 percent of job satisfaction using structural equation model that includes corporate culture and teamwork is predicted. Compare this model to predict IPO ((organizational culture (I), inter-agency working group (P), job satisfaction (O)) and IO model to predict ((Organizational culture (I), job satisfaction (O)) showed that organizational culture has been completely modified by a working group within the organization. Organizational development through the promotion of a culture of teamwork that led to raising productivity and job satisfaction, and ultimately the development of society is to be institutionalized in the culture of the organization. The results underpin the importance of organizational teamwork within the show. In order to increase the efficiency of teamwork within the organization, interactions and side effects can be proposed and should be supported. While existing rules and regulations of employees in organizations to shape behaviour, organizational culture dictates the behaviour of informal workers

Keywords: Organizational culture, Teamwork, Job satisfaction

Page: 36-44

Volume 1, Issue 2, 2014