Investigating the relationship between organisational culture and employee performance: the moderating role of organisational leadership

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between organizational culture and employee performance, with a focus on the moderating role of organizational leadership. The sample size of the study consisted of 200 staff members from CSIR-FORIG, out of a population size of 350. A structured close-ended questionnaire was used to collect data from the participants. The data was analyzed using SPSS version 21.0 and presented in tables showing the means and standard deviation. The study revealed that organizational beliefs, norms, and values significantly impact employee performance. Specifically, the study found that strong belief systems, religious activities, and morale support programs positively impact employee performance. Outcome orientation, promoting trust among employees, and providing a stabilized culture were identified as significant norms that enhance employee performance. Additionally, innovation, valuing human resources, and fostering unity among employees were found to be important organizational values that positively affect employee performance. The study also found that organizational leadership has a significantly positive effect on employee performance and that it moderates the relationship between organizational culture and employee performance. The study recommends that management establish morale support programs, promote trust among employees, and provide a stabilized culture to enhance employee performance.