alexa Abstract | Relationship between learning culture and organizational performance in Iran’s Ministry of Sports and Youth

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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The purpose of this study was the relationship between organizational learning culture and organizational performance from the perspective of Ministry of sports and youth sports experts of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Sports experts of Ministry of Sports and Youth have established Statistical population of research that they all participated in the study. For this purpose, Yang, et Al's (2004) Organizational Learning Culture questionnaire And Cho's Organizational Performance questionnaire (2009) was used. Reliability of questionnaires after a pilot study using Cronbach's alpha test, respectively (α=0.84) and (α=0.82) were obtained. Descriptive and inferential statistics methods for data analysis were used. The findings showed that between organizational learning culture and organizational performance in sports experts of Ministry of Sports and Youth, there is significant positive correlation (rs=0.674, p<0.01). Also among learning levels, positive relationship between learning in team level and organizational performance was significantly (rs=0.653, p<0.01). The research findings on the importance of learning and its levels as one of the factors affecting performance level increase Ministry of Sports and Youth has stressed. Therefore recommended that managers and human resource department of the Ministry of Sport and Youth to create a learning culture and support that in this organization work.

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Author(s): Naser Bai Zynalabedin Fallah

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