Organizational Inconsistency Prevailing in Jordanian Private Universities in the Capital Amman Governorate and its Relation to Productivity

Osama A Hassouna

Abstract

This study aimed at finding out the level of organizational inconsistency prevailing in Jordanian private universities in the capital Amman governorate and its relation to productivity. The descriptive correlational methodology was used in this study. The study sample consisted of (224) members of the administrative and teaching staff. They were chosen by using a random method, from the Jordanian private universities in Amman. The questionnaire was used as a tool to collect the study data. The study reached the following results: (a) The level of organizational inconsistency prevailing in Jordanian private universities in the capital Amman governorate was low, (b) The level of productivity in Jordanian private universities in the capital Amman governorate was high, (c) There was a positive significant relationship at (α = 0.05) between the level of organizational inconsistency and the level of productivity in Jordanian private universities in the capital Amman governorate.

In light of the results, the researcher recommended the following: (1) The need to examine the reasons that lead to the occurrence of organizational inconsistency between university employees and find appropriate solutions to manage it, (2) The need for Jordanian private universities to pay attention to the level of job satisfaction among employees through achieving justice, transparency, self – respect and establishing trust among employees.

Keywords

Organizational inconsistency; Productivity; Jordanian private universities

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26220/aca.3947

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