The Impact of Organizational Culture on the Ethnic group work culture and Organizational Performance in Heterogenous Categories.

Ahmed Usman, Abd Rahim Romlee



Today organizational is predominantly dynamic of race and ethnic ground that practice difference religion to accomplish performance in an organization. Understanding such dynamism is very crucial to pursue the organizational performance. The purpose of this paper is to investigative the influence of ethnic group work culture on organizational performance in public sector organization in Nigerian. The paper has applied both qualitative and quantitative among 227 authorize administrative personal of 13 ministries of Kaduna state. The paper found both negative and positive on moderating effect of organizational culture on the relationship between ethnic work culture and organizational performance. The paper contended that organizational culture has significant influence on ethnic group work culture and organizational performance in the complex categories.


ethnic group work culture, organizational culture, organizational performance

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