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Title: Linking high performance organizational culture and talent management: satisfaction/motivation and organizational commitment as mediators
Authors: Kontoghiorghes, Constantine 
Keywords: Commitment;Culture;Motivation;Satisfaction;Talent management
Category: Economics and Business
Field: Social Sciences
Issue Date: 7-Sep-2016
Publisher: Routledge
Source: International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2016, Volume 27, Issue 16, Pages 1833-1853
metadata.dc.doi: 10.1080/09585192.2015.1075572
Abstract: Relying on strategic human resource management and organization development systemic principles, this theory-building study tested the validity of a new talent attraction and retention model which focused on the under-researched effects of organizational culture and employee attitudes. The analysis was based on data gathered from two large organizations representing two different countries and industries. Structural equation modeling results ascertained that talent attraction and retention were predicted by high performance organizational culture. This effect was also found to be mediated by the employee attitudes of satisfaction/motivation and organizational commitment. More specifically, this study found talent attraction and retention to be highly associated with the extent to which the organization is perceived to have a change-, quality-, and technology-driven culture, and characterized by support for creativity, open communications, effective knowledge management, and the core values of respect and integrity. This study concluded that strategically aligned and ethical high performance organizational cultures have strong effects on talent attraction and retention and are also highly conducive to the development of high commitment and motivating work systems.
ISSN: 09585192
Rights: © 2015 Taylor & Francis.
Type: Article
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