Journal of Management Information and Decision Sciences (Print ISSN: 1524-7252; Online ISSN: 1532-5806)


Dimensions of corporate governance and organizational learning: an empirical study

Author(s): AL Nawaiseh, K. F., Al Shibly, M. H. A-A., Alawamleh, H. A., Abbas, K. M., Abu Orabi, T. G., & Ali, B. J. A.

This paper aims to investigate the impact of corporate governance on organizational learning dimensions. To achieve the study's objectives, a form of questionnaire was used to collect data, the sample of the study included 229 respondents, the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) was used to analyze questionnaire data, and the study found a set of results, most of which were positive. Managers' impressions of community governance in private Jordanian universities are leveled medially, and their observations of organizational learning elements are at a high level. The presence of a statistically significant important impact of corporate governance variable scopes on organizational learning in Jordanian private universities. However, Corporate governance (participation, equality, efficiency, accountability) have a significant effect on Organizational Learning Dimensions. While strategic vision and transparency have no significant effect on Organizational Learning.

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