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The construct validity of organizational structure scale:Evidence from Malaysia

@inproceedings{Johari2011TheCV,
  title={The construct validity of organizational structure scale:Evidence from Malaysia},
  author={J. Johari and Khulida Kirana. Yahya and A. Omar},
  year={2011}
}
This study attempts to examine the psychometric properties of the organizational structure construct, which integrates four subscales- centralized decision making, centralized hierarchy of authority, formalized job codification, and formalized rule observation using a Malay language version of the instrument developed by Hage and Aiken (1967). A priori proposition was made that organizational structure could be explained by the four aforementioned factors. SPSS version 14 and AMOS 16 were used… Expand
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