The Relationship between Organizational Power and Job Involvement and Their Impact on Achieving Strategic Objectives (An Empirical Study of Private Hospitals Managers' Perspectives in Erbil City, Kurdistan Region of Iraq)

Zana Majed Sadq


This study aims to examine the relationship between organizational power and job involvement and their impact on achieving strategic objectives starting with the study framework. This takes into account the nature of the correlation between the study's dimensions and variables of organizational power (structural power, prestige power, and expert power) and job involvement (emotional involvement, cognitive involvement, and behavioral involvement) as well as their impact on achieving strategic objectives which includes (innovation, productivity, and social responsibility). This study has found that there is a positive relationship between organizational power and job involvement and that there is an impact on the relationship between organizational power and job involvement on achieving strategic objectives. Based on the results, this study presents a set of recommendations such as the need to work on raising organizational power levels and to search for organizational factors. This could lead to the development of the level of organizational power as well as setting incentives and salaries that contribute to an increase in the rate of job involvement.


Organizational Power; Job Involvement; Strategic Objectives

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