Jordanian Educational Journal


This study aimed at recognizing the internal work environment at public Jordanian universities based on change and institutional performance model from the perspectives of (6005) faculty members. The sample of the study consistd of (500) faculty members selected as a random cluster sample. A quastionnare was developed, and its validity and reliability were assured. The results showed intermediate level of the reality of the interior work environment in the public Jordanian universities according to the change and institutional performance model. The results also indicated significant statistical differences due to the faculty type and in favor of the faculties of humanities in all areas except the organizational climate and organizational framework. Besides, the results revealed that there were significant statistical differences due to the academic rank in favor of professor rank on the organizational culture, organizational framework, management practices, organizational climate and the individual institutional performance. The study recommended the need for an appropriate organizational internal work environment in the public Jordanian universities.

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