In today’s intensely competitive world, attaining desired organisational efficiency levels piques the interest of both academics and practitioners. The factors influencing organisational efficiency are being studied more closely. Taking organisational culture as one of the factors into consideration. The impact of different types of organisational culture on organisational efficiency surged question. The determining effect of an increasingly complex organisational environment on the strategy that enables organisational level achievement can have a significant impact on the relationship between organisational culture and organisational efficiency. The individual impact of organisational leaders on efficiency strategies is assessed using their values. This study investigates the relationship between organisational culture and organisational efficiency . And also investigate the effect of internal and external environment stability and variability on this relationship

Furthermore, the values of self-direction, stimulation, and power that leaders possess are studied. this study chose, 40 top managers / organisational founders in the health sector for sampling. The questionnaire method collected the data. The findings show that organisational culture types are related to some dimensions of organisational efficiency. This relationship is moderates the stability or variability of the internal and external organisational environment. Correspondingly with the top manager’s values (self-direction and stimulation).


Organization culture, in terms of its impact on various situational variables within the framework of the organisation. It is a specific research subject in management science that has never lost its research area popularity. Organization culture identifies as a key factor to investigate in organisational life, and the number of studies questioning its impact on the achievement of organisational goals is growing by the day. Accomplishing the desired organisational performance level in today’s competitiveness has piqued the interest of both academics and practitioners.

In the literature, researchers investigating the relationship between corporate culture and organisational efficiency calls into question. The question of relationships hypothesised with different definitions of organisational efficiency in different organisational culture types. Identification of new situational variables empowering this relationship between organisational culture and organisational efficiency. Subsequently, it has a significant impact on the tested relationships. The relationship between organisational efficiency and organisational culture underwent thorough investigation in this study, and the stable or variable organisational environment, as well as the empowering impact of the top strategic decision-values maker’s on this relationship, surged questions. The literature-known organisational culture types and organisational efficiency classifications that are applicable to the hypotheses of the mentioned relationship are chosen.

1.2  Literature Review

2.1.Organizational culture

Culture undoubtedly is a set of rules, values, beliefs, and attitudes that influence organisational behaviour. Therefore, there are numerous definitions of organisational culture. According to Kilmann et al. [1,] organisational culture is “the shared philosophy, ideology, value, assumption, beliefs, hope, behaviour, and norms that bind the organisation together.” Robbins describes it [2] as “common perceptions held by members of an organisation; a system of common meaning,” while George and Jones [3] defined it as “informal design of values, norms that control the way people and groups within the organisation interact with each other and with parties outside the organisation” [4]. The pattern of shared values and beliefs that assists individuals in understanding organisational functioning and thus providing them with norms for organisational behaviour [4], [5].

Due to its ability to make an organisation more adaptable and better fit its surroundings, organisational culture may be a strategic asset for the company [6],[7]. Members continuously evaluate elements of their working environment, and the organisational culture informs both these interpretations and the methods in which they are put into practise [8]. Rituals, social conventions, thought patterns, and beliefs that are publicly professed are examples of cultural manifestations [9], [10], and [11].


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