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Individual and Organisational Values Scale
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About Individual and Organisational Values Scale
Seven different values were assessed (knowledge sharing, teamwork, contribution, achievement, job security, recognition and customer service) using items originally developed by Maierhofer (2000). Each of the values were measured using three items on a five-point Likert type scale. For an individual’s own values, respondents indicated the extent to which each of the assessed values were meaningful to them personally (1 = ‘not important to me’ to 5 = ‘very important to me’).
To assess the extent to which the values were present within the organisation’s culture, respondents were asked to rate the extent to which they perceive each of the assessed values is held to be important by staff across the organisation as a whole (1 = ‘not important to other [organisation name] staff’ to 5 = ‘very important to other [organisation name] staff’). All individual and organisational value variables had reliability coefficients greater than .80.
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