Organization Culture, Distribution and Amount of Control, and Perceptions of Quality

@article{Klein1995OrganizationCD,
  title={Organization Culture, Distribution and Amount of Control, and Perceptions of Quality},
  author={Andrew S. Klein and Ralph J. Masi and Christa Weidner},
  journal={Group \& Organization Management},
  year={1995},
  volume={20},
  pages={122 - 148}
}
Normative aspects of organization culture, the distribution and total amount of control, employee performance and perceived quality of service were investigated in a cross-sectional study (n = 823) involving subjects from 159 organizations. A model integrating these constructs is presented, followed by an empirical investigation of hypothesized linkages. Significant relationships were found between organization culture and control distribution, culture and total amount of control, culture and… 
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