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Organizational Conscience in the Service Industry: A Scale Development

Pelin Kanten ()
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Pelin Kanten: Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Faculty of Political Sciences, Department of Business, Canakkale, Turkey

Istanbul Management Journal, 2021, vol. 0, issue 90, 31-47

Abstract: Scholars and practitioners are paying increased attention to the concept of organizational conscience as it leads to positive outcomes in organizational life. Despite this increase, there is a gap measuring the perception of organizational conscience. To fill this gap, this study aims to develop a scale which measures the perception of organizational conscience. For this purpose, it uses a methodological approach with three steps which are item generation, scale purification and scale development. A special focus on developing a scale to measure organizational conscience using both qualitative and quantitative methods through data obtained from 239 service employees. As a consequence, a six-dimensional scale containing twenty seven items developed distinctive dimensions of organizational conscience: humanistic work climate, mindfulness, existential harmony, customer-oriented view, sensitive attitudes, ethical temperament. The results of this study suggest that the organizational conscience scale is a valid and reliable measurement tool for further research on management.

Keywords: Organizational conscience; Scale development; Scale validation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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DOI: 10.26650/imj.2021.90.0002

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