This study aims to determine the correlation and effect between organizational ambidexterity and organizational burnout in the sample of faculties of Dohuk University; to achieve this goal, the research designs a questionnaire that contains (57) questions in order to measure the dimensions and variables. This study contains two hypotheses; the first one is there is a significant correlation between organizational ambidexterity and organizational burnout in the considered faculties, the second hypothesis is there is a significant effect of the organizational ambidexterity on organizational burnout in the considered faculties. The questionnaire had given out to managerial leaders only in the faculties of Dohuk University. The study chooses non-random sample, and its number reaches to (60) questionnaires, (48) of them were suitable for analyzing, and then the percentage of response was (80%). The study uses many statistical tools to process and analyze data by using (SPSS) package. Accordingly, the research has come to the group of findings that are most important: 1- Descriptive analysis results showed that the respondents' answers were agreed that the dimensions of organizational ambidexterity are available in the considered faculties, but they are weak. 2- Descriptive analysis results indicated that the most of the respondents' answers were in agreement that the sources of organizational burnout are unavailable in the considered faculties, except the source of organizational conflict. 3- There is a significant correlation and effect of the organizational ambidexterity on the organizational burnout in the considered faculties. Finally, the study presents a set of proposals that have been extracted in the light of the results of the study, from these proposals: 1- Because of lack of the organizational ambidexterity in the considered faculties, especially, the dimension of the search for new opportunities, the researchers recommends that evoke this dimension because of its impact on the sources of organizational burnout. 2- The study recommends the considered faculties to work to provide the necessary resources, because they are considered as the main causes of organizational conflict.
Albashqali, Mahmoud Dr and Dawod, Alvin Nadher Dr
"The Effect of Organizational Ambidexterity On Organizational Burnout Limitation An Exploratory Study of Managerial Leaderships' Opinions In the Faculties of Dohuk University,"
Arab Journal of Administration المجلة العربية للإدارة: Vol. 35
, Article 14.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/aja/vol35/iss2/14