The Influence of Organizational Culture on Employees' Performance: Evidence from Oman


  • Mohd Faizal Mohd Isa
  • Solomon Ozemoyah Ugheoke
  • Wan Shakizah Wan Mohd Noor



Organizational culture, employee's performance, public sector


In a knowledge-based environment, the employee's performance has remained a popular demand in all sectors. All types of organizations have realized that workplace value makes businesses flourish. The aim of this paper is to examine the role of organizational culture on an employee's performance within the context of public sector organizations. Data were collected from 250 employees using a questionnaire based on a well-known and extensively used measurement tool developed by Wallach. From the result, two out of the three cultural dimensions identified in this study are found to have a significant positive influence on an employee's performance. This paper contributes to the understanding of organizational culture by providing empirical evidence from a public sector organization in Oman. As a future research direction, we highlight the need for studies on cultural research to examine other types of culture applicable within the public sector domain using a larger sample.




How to Cite

Mohd Isa, M. F. ., Ugheoke, S. O. ., & Wan Mohd Noor, W. S. . (2021). The Influence of Organizational Culture on Employees’ Performance: Evidence from Oman. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business, 4(2), 1–12.