Organizational Commitment and Leadership in Higher Education Institutions

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organizational commitment
higher education institutions

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Bohórquez, N. B. (2014). Organizational Commitment and Leadership in Higher Education Institutions. Revista Civilizar De Empresa Y Economía, 5(9), 7–19.


The proposed research aims to determine the relationship between dean´s
leadership and organizational commitment among faculty at universities in Colombia. A quantitative research design will guide the study to determine the
relationship among leadership style of deans and organizational commitment. The multifactor leadership questionnaire (MLQ) developed by Bass in 1985 and
the organizational commitment questionnaire (OCQ) developed by Meyer and
Allen in 1999 will be the instruments administered to collect the data and to
explain the relationship among the proposed variables. The study sample includes part-time and full-time faculty of the National University of Colombia, Sergio Arboleda University and CESA University located in the city of Bogotá,


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