The purpose of this study is to investigate the moderated mediation between organizational culture (OC) and employee performance (EP), with a focus on how high-performance managerial practices (HPMPs) affect OC’s indirect effect via similarities in religious teachings (SRT), which was put to the test.
Data was collected from 275 working professionals. Partial least square structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) was used for data analysis.
The results indicate that SRT mediate the relationship between OC and EP. HPMPs enhance EP by increasing the effect of OC on SRT.
As a part of people and performance management as a function of the human resource management team this study contributes to OC literature by exploring the role of similarities in religious teaching in enhancing EP and OC. The HPMPs are complemented by the SRT that enhance OC thereby improving EP.
This study paves way for addressing the OC problems being faced by the organizations. Organizational development interventions to enhance the OC and its effectiveness in overall performance enhancement are complemented by SRT. This becomes a trigger point for practitioners to initiate interventions based SRT.
Till now, there is no evidence examining the role of moderated mediation based on the SRT complementing HPMPs.
Funding statement: The authors of this manuscript hereby declare that there was no funding received for this study.
Declaration: The authors of this manuscript hereby declare that there is no conflict of interest either among authors or with any third party. No funding was obtained from any person or organization for conducting this research.
Deogaonkar, A. and Nanoty, S. (2023), "Moderated mediation between organizational culture and employee performance: the role of similarities in religious teachings and high-performance managerial practices", Journal of Indian Business Research, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/JIBR-08-2022-0211
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