Muhammad Ehsan Malik, Rizwan Qaiser Danish and Ali Usman*
The present study investigates the concept of organizational learning culture in a public service organization and focuses on its relationship with motivation to learn, job satisfaction, organizational commitment and job involvement. Data was collected from 119 employees of a public service organization. In all 200 questionnaires were distributed and participation was voluntary and confidentiality was ensured. One hundred and nineteen fully completed questionnaires were returned for a response rate of 60%. It was found that organizational learning culture is significantly and positively related to satisfaction, organizational commitment and job involvement but not with motivation to learn. Age also proved to be an important demographic variable that explained significant part of the variance. Based on findings of the study, recommendations and policy implications are discussed and directions for future research are provided.
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