Relationship between Learning and Organizational Performance
Parvaneh Adelzadeh1, Mohammad Pashayi2, Rasoul Kazemzade3, Masoud Dehghani 4, Fattaneh Semsar
Khiabanian5, Kamran Pashayi Fakhri6
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This paper tries to examine the relationship between learning and organizational performance in State University of Tabriz, Islamic Azad Universities and Higher Education Institutes. The statistics population consists of three hundred and forty one subjects that they were selected randomly by Morgan table. The data were collected by interview, observation and Marsik and Witkines questionnaire. The validity of the questionnaire was confirmed by nominal validity. The reliability of the mentioned questionnaire was measured 0.89 by Cronbach alpha coefficient. The research questions were responded by Multiple Regression and Spearman correlation coefficient was employed in order to test of the hypotheses. It was concluded that group learning level is not affected by individual level components except continuous learning. Other components influence individual, group and organization learning levels. All components impact on learning levels except individuals components. Personal, group and organizational learning levels affect on organizational performance. There is a positive and significant relationship between learning individual dimensions and learning level .There is a significant relationship between components and learning levels except separated systems components and personal learning level. There is no relationship between learning levels and organization performance. The results show that continuous learning, interaction and team learning have considerable effect on learning levels. There is a significant relationship between learning leadership and learning levels in organization and there is a significant relationship between organization relations with environment and learning levels. There is no relationship between separated systems components and personal learning levels and there is a significant relationship between separated systems components and team and organizational learning.