International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Empirical Investigation of the Impact of Organizational Culture on Human Resource Management
Dr. Nyameh Jerome

The study investigated empirically the impact of organizational culture on human resource management using the CUBS project (MSH/AFRICARE) in Nigeria as the case study. In order to achieve the research objectives, one research questions and hypotheses regarding organizational culture and human resource management were formulated. The study employed quantitative method. The case study organization was selected because the majority of studies conducted in Nigeria on similar or related topics were conducted on business or public organizations. It was in the light of the above that the present study opted for an NGO organization. The respondents of the study comprised the staff of CUBS and heads of civil service organizations (CSOs) who were recipients of CUBS funding across seven states in Nigeria. The outcome of the quantitative analysis reveals that organizational culture has a positive and significant impact on human resource management, and that organizational culture determines human resource management practice in the organization. The findings of this study have practical implications for organizational leaders, managers and employees, and their organizations, particularly NGOs in Nigeria, besides offering scope for further research in the area of organizational development

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