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Abstract


INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL OPENNESS TO CHANGE ON ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH: A STUDY IN HEALTH INSTITUTIONS
This study was carried out in order to determine the relationships between organizational health, organizational commitment and organizational change perceptions of health personnel working in Afyonkarahisar city centre. The study was conducted with 739 health personnel working in Afyonkarahisar State Hospital, Afyon Kocatepe University Hospital and Private Park Hayat Hospital in Afyonkarahisar Province. The scale of three dimensions of organizational commitment developed by Mayel and Allen (1991), the questionnaires used by Rusell and Berger (1990), Leiden and Klingele (2000) in their studies and organizational health scales consisting of 35 statements were used in the study. For openness to organizational change, a three-dimensional openness scale developed by Dunham et al. (1989) was used. Statistically significant differences were found between the demographic variables and the scale and subscale dimensional average according to the results of t-test and Anova conducted in the research. Moreover, structural equality modelling was applied to measure employees’ organizational health, organizational commitment and their perceptions of openness to change by using LISREL. In regard to the structural equality modelling analysis results; one volume of increase in organizational commitment results with the 0.75 increase of organizational health and 0.29 increase of palpability of change and one volume increase in palpability of change has enabled the 0.08 increase of organizational health.

Keywords
Organizational Health, Organizational Commitment, Openness to Change, Hospital Workers.


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