The research aims to uncover the relationship and impact between the availability of the organizational gene components and the level of achieving high performance of the technical education employees. The researchers used the descriptive analytical method and the sample consisted of all employees of the Palestinian technical education sector who are working in the Technical University of khadori (419 employees), and Palestine Technical College –Deir El-Balah (190 employees). The random simple sample participants consisted of (236), and (194) questionnaires were received, with a response rate of (82.2). The results showed a relationship and impact between the components of the organizational genes and the achievement of high performance of the Palestinian technical education employees. The results also showed no statistically significant differences in the responses of sample participants regarding the organizational genes and the high performance of the Palestinian technical education employees due to the variables of (gender, age, years of service, job title, and workplace), while there are significant differences in the responses due to the variables of educational qualification for diploma holders. The research recommends that universities should consider the organizational DNA, avoid the weaknesses of any of its components to ensures high performance and identify distinct fingerprint for the university in order to show its image and reputation. In addition, the universities should work to build a culture of high performance by creating trust between employees and their supervisors, enabling the talented employees and maintaining effective channels of communication, and involving employees in setting goals to ensure their delivery.
Elhela, Amal; Arqawi, Samer; and Al-Habil, Waseem
"مدى توافر مكونات الحمض النّووي التنظيمي DNA وأثرها في تحقيق الأداء العالي لدى العاملين في قطاع التعليم التقني الفلسطيني,"
Palestine Technical University Research Journal: Vol. 8:
3, Article 11.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/ptuk/vol8/iss3/11