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J Appl Psychol. 2000 Jun;85(3):331-48.

Climate quality and climate consensus as mediators of the relationship between organizational antecedents and outcomes.

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  • 1Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas 77843-3137, USA. mlindell@archone.tamu.edu

Abstract

Research has shown that climate quality (average climate ratings) is related to organizational antecedents and outcomes, but researchers have yet to examine climate consensus (the variance of climate ratings). Similarly, studies have investigated typical behavior (members' average performance), but have neglected behavioral similarity (within-group variance). Data from 1,196 members in 180 organizations were used to test relationships of climate quality and consensus with organizational antecedents and outcomes. Climate quality and consensus both had significant correlations with organizational antecedents and outcomes, but climate consensus did not contribute a significant increment to the prediction of organizational outcomes. Finally, quality mediated many relationships between organizational antecedents and outcomes.

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