The effect of organizational entrepreneurship and organizational culture on organizational socialization (case study of employees of sports and youth departments of Hamadan province)
1Department of Physical Education, Master of Sports Management, Islamic Azad University, Hamedan Branch, Iran
2Department of Physical Education, Assistant Professor, Islamic Azad University, Malayer Branch, Iran
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of organizational entrepreneurship and organizational culture on organizational socialization in employees of sports and youth departments in Hamadan province. The research was applied in terms of purpose and descriptive-correlational in nature, which was conducted as a survey. The statistical population of the study is 160 employees of all sports and youth departments of Hamadan province. Sampling method Using stratified random sampling method, the number of samples was 113 people. The 16-question questionnaire of Billiard et al. (2005) was used to collect data to measure organizational socialization. This questionnaire is one of the most popular questionnaires for measuring organizational socialization in four areas of receiving training, perception, peer support and future vision (each of the subscales includes four questions) Scale for answering this questionnaire It is based on a five-point Likert scale. Alipour Shirsavar and Marzban Moghadam (2013) questionnaire was used to evaluate the level of organizational entrepreneurship, which includes 17 questions with 5 options and four subscales. Denison (2006) questionnaire will also be used to assess the level of organizational commitment of employees, which includes 15 questions of 5 options and four subscales. Denison (2006) organizational culture was used. Formal validity was examined by experts and their reliability was examined by Cronbach's alpha. SPSS and pls software were used to analyze the data. The results of path analysis showed that organizational entrepreneurship had a 52% effect on organizational socialization. Organizational culture also had a positive and significant effect on organizational socialization by 32%.