Degree of Application of Management by Objectives and Its Relationship with Job Satisfaction of government school teacher in the Northern governorate of the West Bank as perceived by teachers them selves

Year: 
2015
Discussion Committee: 
Prof. Ghassan Al-Hilo/supervisor
Dr. Raja' Sweedan/extrnal examiner
Prof. Abed Assaf/intrnal examiner
Dr.Abdel Kareem Ayoub/internal examiner
Supervisors: 
Prof. Ghassan Al-Hilo/supervisor
Authors: 
Omayya Abdullah Ishtayah
Abstract: 
This study aimed to identify the degree of applying the method of management by objectives and its relationship to job satisfaction among teachers in public schools in the provinces of the northern west bank from their point of view. Specifically, the study tried to answer the main question: what is the degree of applying the method of management by objectives and its relationship to job satisfaction among teachers in public schools in the provinces of the northern west bank from their point of view? The study population consisted of all public school teachers in the northern West Bank, their number is (26 710), according to Ministry of Education statistics for the year 2014/2015, and the study sample reached (230) teachers, where the questionnaire was used as a tool for the study, which consisted of two domains and they are the management by the objectives and it has the flowing axes ( setting goals, the plan, planning and periodic review) and job satisfaction which consisted of the following axes ( social relationships, functional tasks, administrative support, incomes and rewards and the professional development) it consisted of (51) items, also the descriptive method was employed in this study. The study found the following results: · There were no statistically significant differences on the level of significance (= 0.05 α) between the means of teachers’ point of views in the field of management by objectives in the public schools, due to the sex variable in the axes of setting goals and developing the plan, planning, periodic review, and the total score for the field of management by objectives. • There were no statistically significant differences on the level of significance (= 0.05 α) between the means of the teachers’ point of view in the area of job satisfaction due to the sex variable in the axe of social relations and administrative support, and incomes and rewards and the total score for the field of job satisfaction, while no statistically significant differences between the means differences their views in the areas of job tasks and professional development, and in favor of the female teachers. • There were no statistically significant differences on the level of significance (= 0.05 α) between the means of teachers’ point of views in the field of management by objectives in the public schools, attributed to the educational qualification variable, in the axes of setting goals and developing the plan and periodic review and the total score for the field of management by objectives, while there are statistically significant differences between the averages of their views in the field of planning, and in favor of Master and higher degrees. • There were no statistically significant differences on the level of significance (= 0.05 α) between the means of the teachers’ point of view in the area of job satisfaction due to the qualification variable in the axes of social relations and functional tasks and administrative support, and incomes and rewards and professional development and the total score for the areas of job satisfaction. · The existence of statistically positive significant at (α=0.05) between management by objectives and job satisfaction in the public schools in the northern West Bank from the school teachers’ points of views · The degree of job satisfaction in the governmental schools in the northern West Bank from the school teachers’ points of views, has come an average of (3.60) on the total score of the areas, and this indicates a high degree of job satisfaction. In light of these results, the researcher submitted several recommendations including: 1. An immediate action to identify the professional needs of teachers and the work to develop and improve it because of its impact on job satisfaction. 2. The work on improving the financial benefits and incentives for teachers, in order to satisfy the needs of life and achieve job satisfaction. 3. The need for the development of planning and follow-up skills and building plans in accordance with the goals, which supports the adoption of management by objectives.
Pages Count: 
129
Status: 
Published