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Title: Identification-commitment inventory (ICI-Model): confirmatory factor analysis and construct validity
Author: Romeo Delgado, Marina
Yepes i Baldó, Montserrat
Berger, Rita, 1959-
Castro, C.
Guàrdia Olmos, Joan
Keywords: Compromís organitzacional
Conducta organitzacional
Anàlisi factorial
Models d'equacions estructurals
Organizational commitment
Organizational behavior
Factor analysis
Structural equation modeling
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Abstract: The aim of this study is to confirm the factorial structure of the Identification-Commitment Inventory (ICI) developed within the frame of the Human System Audit (HSA) (Quijano et al. in Revist Psicol Soc Apl 10(2):27-61, 2000; Pap Psicól Revist Col Of Psicó 29:92-106, 2008). Commitment and identification are understood by the HSA at an individual level as part of the quality of human processes and resources in an organization; and therefore as antecedents of important organizational outcomes, such as personnel turnover intentions, organizational citizenship behavior, etc. (Meyer et al. in J Org Behav 27:665-683, 2006). The theoretical integrative model which underlies ICI Quijano et al. (2000) was tested in a sample (N = 625) of workers in a Spanish public hospital. Confirmatory factor analysis through structural equation modeling was performed. Elliptical least square solution was chosen as estimator procedure on account of non-normal distribution of the variables. The results confirm the goodness of fit of an integrative model, which underlies the relation between Commitment and Identification, although each one is operatively different.
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It is part of: Quality & Quantity, 2011, vol. 45, num. 4, p. 901-909
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ISSN: 0033-5177
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