Testing a Model on Impact of Organisational Culture and Talent Management on Subjective Career Success - Mediating Effect of Organisational Commitment
Indian Higher Education System is the third largest in the world. There is necessity for educating huge young population with skills demanded by the industry globally. Recruitment, Development and maintenance of skilled faculty members will enhance the quality of teaching. This study aims at understanding the influence of Organisational Culture and Talent Management Practices in Indian Higher Education Institutions on Career Success and the role of Organisational Commitment as a Mediator. A structured questionnaire was administered for collecting data from the 454 faculty members in Higher Education Institutions from Engineering and Arts and Science colleges. Organisational Culture Assessment Scale, Organisational Commitment Scale, Talent Management Scale and Subjective Career Success Scales were tested for its reliability using SPSS and found there exists high internal consistency. Further Confirmatory Factor Analysis was employed to confirm the variables to the factors for the above mentioned scales. Affective Commitment in Organisational Commitment Scale, Authenticity and Satisfaction from Subjective Career Success Inventory were removed for poor loading. Faculty members are not emotionally attached to the institutions where they are working with. It was evident that the model fit was good based on the fit indices. Structural Equation model was performed using AMOS program to test the proposed model and found it has a good fit. Research findings indicate that Organisational Culture positively Influences Subjective Career Success. Talent Management practices also influence significantly on Subjective Career Success. Organisational Commitment has a moderate level of influence as a mediator between Organisational Culture, Talent Management and Subjective Career Success.
Keywords: Organisational Culture, Talent Management, Organisational Commitment, Subjective Career Success, Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Structural Equation Model.