Explaining the Role of Information Technology Acceptance to Empowering Staff through Organizational Culture and Reward Management System (Case Study: Staff of Social Security Organization in Mashhad City)
Arezu ouni asbforushani, Aliakbar golmeshki
The objective of this study is to investigate the role of information technology acceptance in empowering staff through the organizational culture and rewarding management system. In terms of objective, the research is applied, and it is a survey in terms of data collection and based on structural equation modeling. The statistical population of the study was the staff of the Social Security Organization in Mashhad that was about 650 people, and the sample size was 296 people. Data were collected using a five-point Likert scale. The questionnaire was examined in terms of form, content, and structure, and its reliability was also calculated by 0.86 the experimental performance and the Cronbach's alpha coefficient. Collected data were analyzed using SPSS and AMOS statistical software. The results showed that there is a significant causal relationship between information technology acceptance and staff empowerment and also between the information technology acceptance and organizational culture and reward management system. Besides, the findings of the study show that organizational culture and reward management system as a whole can increase the relationship between information technology acceptance and staff empowerment; but the direct effect of information technology acceptance on empowerment is more than its indirect effect through organizational culture and reward management system.