The study examines the relative importance of the various organizational effectiveness dimensions in higher education institutions by positing organizational effectiveness as a second-order construct. Based on the findings of a survey administered to university academics in Hong Kong universities, the second-order structure of organizational effectiveness was supported. The findings reflected that the student-related dimensions were not considered as important as the dimensions related to faculty employment and satisfaction and suggested the disproportionate influence of the governing body on universities in Hong Kong. Copyright © 2003 Human Sciences Press, Inc.
Bibliographical noteKwan, P., & Walker, A. (2003). Positing organizational effectiveness as a second-order construct in Hong Kong higher education institutions. Research in Higher Education, 44(6), 705-726. doi: 10.1023/A:1026179626082
- Organizational effectiveness
- Second-order construct
- Higher education research