Academy of Strategic Management Journal (Print ISSN: 1544-1458; Online ISSN: 1939-6104)


The Impact of Islamic Work Ethics on Job Performance with Mediating Role of Intrinsic Motivation

Author(s): Jamal Ahmed Al-Douri, Issam Aldabbagh, May Mousa Mohammed, Rasha A.A. Qawasmeh

The purpose of this study is to explore the impact of Islamic work ethics (IWE) on job performance (JP) and intrinsic motivation (IM). In this study also tries to examine intrinsic motivation as a mediating role among IWE and JP. Non-probability sampling technique was used. Questionnaires were distributed among teaching staff of different universities located in Malaysia. Data is processed using SPSS for statistics analysis. The outcome of this study shows that there was positive relationship between IWE, JP and IM. The result founding state that the idea of IWE as a therapy for the emergent ethical crisis of Malaysian education sector which should be saturated in culture of organization for sustainable growth and JP. Also result funding indicate that IM was playing positive mediating role among IWE and JP. In the conclusion, implication of the study and future study are also discussed.