The Interactive Role of Organizational Elegance between Organizational Anomaly and Planned Human Resource Behavior A survey of a sample of workers in the Ministry of Construction and Housing
This study attempts to test the interactive role played by organizational agility in enhancing the effect of organizational anomie on the behavior of planned human resources. The study of organizational anomie has increased because of the moral and legal pressures facing the organization by the external environment within its framework. To adapt to all external developments faced by these organizations, the behavior of human resources planned reflects the ability of individuals to control their behavior in different situations and situations that face them in the work.
The problem of the research indicates that there is a clear lack of understanding of what is meant by the variables studied in the sample of the research sample. Therefore, the problem of research in the research attempt highlights a series of solutions facing the organization in the field in question and achieving a number of goals in this field. The analytical descriptive approach in the applied side. The questionnaire was adopted as the main tool for collecting data, which was distributed to a sample of (239) employees of the Ministry of Construction and Housing. After processing and analyzing the research data through a number of statistical tools (such as arithmetic mean, standard deviation, simple correlation coefficient, structural equation modeling, and regression analysis) a number of results emerged. Perhaps the most important of these is that the role of an organizational anomaly in promoting planned human resource behavior increases with agility, Therefore, the study recommended the need to pay attention to strengthening organizational agility at the level of the organization being investigated and to reduce the dimensions of organizational anomie, which is reflected in enhancing the behavior of human resources planned.
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