THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES OF SINDH, PAKISTAN
Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government,
2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 4831-4841
AbstractThis study aimed to investigate the relationship between use of ICT and organizational culture in University libraries of Sindh, Pakistan. The research is descriptive and correlation. Populations of study library professionals who are working in university librariesand the sample sizes to 330 stratified random sampling method was selected instruments consisted of the questionnaire researchers' organizational cultures based on the characteristics of the seven Robbins and questionnaire-based information, and communication technology skills are the seven ICDL. Reliability using Cronbach's alpha for organizational culture, 09 / 9 and 68 /9determined thevalidity of ICT. To analyze the questions and review questions in addition to descriptive statistics, t-test with two independent samples, chip-square test and Pearson correlation coefficient was used. The results show that between organizational culture and the use of ICT, there is. The characteristics of organizational culture (innovation and risk-taking, according to the people, according to the group, courage seeking) using information and communication technology, there is a significant relationship between other features characteristic of organizational culture (including attention to detail, result-oriented and stability and maintaining the status quo) using information and communication technology, there is no significant relationship. The use of ICT among employees is the same for men and women.
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