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Organizational culture and commitment: Global perspectives

244 pages
Arcler Education Inc
The objective of this book is to provide a comprehensive examination of how organizational culture impacts employee commitment across different countries and cultural contexts. By presenting global perspectives, the book aims to shed light on the similarities and differences in organizational cultures and their influence on employee commitment in various parts of the world. Through in-depth research and analysis, it explores the factors that shape organizational culture, the role of leadership in fostering a positive culture, and the impact of cultural values on employee commitment. This book serves as a valuable resource for academics, researchers, and practitioners seeking to understand and enhance organizational culture and commitment on a global scale.
Author Bio
Seyed Ali Fallahchay PhD.,is a Professor at the University of Mansford. He, also, teaches at Raffles Design Institute in Indonesia. Dr. Fallahchay earned his Doctorate from De La Salle Araneta University in the Philippines. He earned his Bachelor in Engineering of Industrial Forestry from the University of Azad Islamic, Iran. In 2011, he became a licensed engineer. While pursuing his post-secondary education, he managed his own distribution company in Iran. He also managed a manufacturing business in the Philippines. Dr. Fallahchay has a passion for teaching. In 2015, he started teaching at several colleges and universities in the Philippines. Later, he became the Director of Research and Development at one of the University in Philippines.