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|Other Titles:||A Study of Relationship Between Organizational Structure and Organizational Climate in Selected Junior High School|
Department od Education, NTNU
The problem of this study was to investigate the relationship between the degree of bureaucratic structure and the Organizational Climate of selected junior high schools in Taiwan District. The method of this study is survey approach, 489 teachers as samples by stratified random sampling. The measurement instrument called the “Junior High School Organizational Structure Inventory” was used to identify the degree of bureaucractic variables found within organizational structure. The Inventory has the following six dimensions — specialization, standardization, formalization centralization and traditionalism. The “Organizational Climate Description Questionnaire（QCDQ） created by Andrew Halpin and Don Croft was used to determine openness of climate of forty—four junior high schools. As a result of analysis of data collected in this study, the following conclusions were made.：1. There were some significant differences of the operation of organizational structure among the different communities and size of junior high school. 2. There were some significant differences of the degree of openness of climate among the different communities and size of junior high school, but not some personal attributes, including sexes, years of service, ages, task, and education background. 3. There was significant correlation between the dimensions of school organizational structure and the dimensions of Organization climate. 4. There were significant correlation between the dimensions of organizational structure and the degree of openness of the school organizational climate. 5. The five dimensions of organizational structure can predict about 63.5% of the total variate in the degree of openness of school organizational climate. Based upon the above findings, the author make some suggestions for educational administrators, teacher and principals of junior high schools. 1. Assigning subjects by teachers professional training and made “teaching” normalization. 2. Imposing responsibilities an
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