Impact of psychological ownership on the performance of business school lecturers

Md Sidin, Samsinar and Sambasivan, Murali and Muniandy, Nanthini (2009) Impact of psychological ownership on the performance of business school lecturers. Journal of Education for Business, 85 (1). pp. 50-56. ISSN 0883-2323

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The purpose of the present article is to investigate the impact of psychological ownership, job performance, job commitment, and job satisfaction among business school lecturers of public universities in Malaysia. As psychological ownership is a relatively new concept, the present study expands the use of it in a different setting. Based on the correlation analysis, it was found that psychological ownership had significant and positive relations with job commitment, job satisfaction, and performance. The findings of the present study can help the management of universities select the lecturers with a right attitude and provide them with a right environment to perform better.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Job commitment, Job performance, Psychological ownership, Malaysia
Subject:Job satisfaction
Subject:Employees attitudes
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Economics and Management
Publisher:Taylor & Francis Ltd.
DOI Number:10.1080/08832320903217903
ID Code:7753
Deposited By: Haslawati H. Maamor
Deposited On:30 Aug 2010 08:38
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