International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 5, Issue 7, Part E (2019)
Does perceived organizational support moderate the relationship between Islamic work ethics and Islamic learning organization
Ammar JK Alqolaq and Darwina HJ A Arshad
In an extremely competitive environment, Islamic private higher education institutions in the Malaysian peninsular are striving to get enough students just to be able to cover up the expenses apart from making any profit at all. In fact, Islamic Private Higher Education Institutions are among the highly competitive environment of Private Higher Education industry adding to that the Islamic ally modified curriculum that is pushing it towards a small market segment. The study here utilizes the well-known model of Peter Senge the most profound editor and practitioner of the Learning Organization. The model was adapted to fit an Islamic culture and it is to be tested on several IPHEIs in the Malaysian peninsular. The outcome of the model is the adapted concept of the Islamic LO, while the suggested independent variable is the Islamic work ethics. Which is to be tested with the moderating effect of the perceived organizational support.
How to cite this article:
Ammar JK Alqolaq and Darwina HJ A Arshad. Does perceived organizational support moderate the relationship between Islamic work ethics and Islamic learning organization. International Journal of Applied Research. 2019; 5(7): 311-313.