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Links Between Macro Facilitators of Organizational Empowerment and Ambidextrous Behaviors: An Empirical Study from Pakistan

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The goal of this study is to see if there’s a relationship between employees’ ambidextrous behaviors and macro facilitators of organizational empowerment (such as control over workplace decisions, dynamic structural framework, and fluidity in information sharing) (exploration and exploitation). To acquire data, this study uses survey methods. A cross-sectional survey was done to collect information from academics at five large public sector universities in Pakistan’s Balochistan province. Control over workplace decisions boosts academics’ engagement in exploration and exploitation, while a dynamic structural framework merely increases their engagement in exploration, according to the findings based on data from 240 respondents (n = 240). The findings also show that information sharing flexibility has little effect on exploration and exploitation behaviors. In conclusion, the results of this study imply that organizational empowerment is critical for academics’ ambidextrous behaviors to thrive. As a result, specific organizational facilitators of empowerment (such as control over workplace decisions and a dynamic structural framework) are advised in higher education institutions. This research is significant because it develops and tests a model that explains hitherto unexplored connections between macro facilitators of organizational empowerment and employees’ ambidextrous behaviors. In addition, the research provides important insights for managerial practice and research.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review and Hypotheses

3. Research Methods

4. Results

5. Discussion and Implications

6. Conclusion and Limitations

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