This study aimed at examining the relationship between conflict management styles used by Sana'a university (forcing, cooperation, compromising, avoiding and accommodating) and organizational commitment at the three levels (individual, group and university). The study was conducted at Sana'a university on a random sample of employees (N= 204) from different faculties, departments and centers. Questionnaires were designed for this objective to collect the data required; these data were used, through descriptive statistics and correlation analysis, to examine the relationship between conflict management styles and organizational commitment at the three levels, individual, group and university. The correlation analysis was used to examine the relationships between the five conflict management styles (forcing, cooperation, compromising, avoiding and accommodating) as independent variables and the dependent variable i.e., Organizational commitment (at the levels of individual, group and university).
Abdulfattah Farea Hussein Mohammad
Abdulfattah Farea Hussein Mohammad - Degree of Master of Business Administration, Centre for Graduate Studies, Open University, Malaysia.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
relationship, conflict management styles, Commitment, project
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General