At organizational level, it is of paramount importance to grasp the micro-foundation of individual drivers of sustainable behavior, which takes place when collective interest prevails over individual one. Although is it known that employees’ involvement and engagement at work play a crucial role at promoting prosocial organizational outcomes and actions that may benefit the organization, the present study aims to analyze the psychometric properties of a new metric specifically designed to assess employees’ motives behind the orientation towards the organizational common good. Such new metric (O-CGP) has been adapted for the organizational context based on the Common Good Provision scale (CGP, Castiglioni et al., 2019). Both exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses were undertaken to validate and improve the scale. The final scale, which consists of eight items, contains two dimensions as the original one: Accessibility (i.e., making the common good accessible to anyone in the company and fulfilling employee’s basic needs) and Personal Gain (i.e., getting a return and personal advantage in exchange for one’s contribution). The psychometric properties of the scale are further explored in relation to other organizational constructs.

Castiglioni, C., Lozza, E., The Organizational Common Good Provision Scale (O-CGP): A Tool for Assessing Employees’ Orientation Towards the Organizational Common Good, Abstract de <<30º Congresso dell’ Associazione Italiana di Psicologia>>, (Padova, 27-30 September 2022 ), Padova University Press, Padova 2022: 1172-1172 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/217952]

The Organizational Common Good Provision Scale (O-CGP): A Tool for Assessing Employees’ Orientation Towards the Organizational Common Good

Castiglioni, Cinzia
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Lozza, Edoardo
Ultimo
2022

Abstract

At organizational level, it is of paramount importance to grasp the micro-foundation of individual drivers of sustainable behavior, which takes place when collective interest prevails over individual one. Although is it known that employees’ involvement and engagement at work play a crucial role at promoting prosocial organizational outcomes and actions that may benefit the organization, the present study aims to analyze the psychometric properties of a new metric specifically designed to assess employees’ motives behind the orientation towards the organizational common good. Such new metric (O-CGP) has been adapted for the organizational context based on the Common Good Provision scale (CGP, Castiglioni et al., 2019). Both exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses were undertaken to validate and improve the scale. The final scale, which consists of eight items, contains two dimensions as the original one: Accessibility (i.e., making the common good accessible to anyone in the company and fulfilling employee’s basic needs) and Personal Gain (i.e., getting a return and personal advantage in exchange for one’s contribution). The psychometric properties of the scale are further explored in relation to other organizational constructs.
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Book of Abstract - 30º Congresso dell’ Associazione Italiana di Psicologia
30º Congresso dell’ Associazione Italiana di Psicologia
Padova
27-set-2022
30-set-2022
978-88-6938-316-8
Padova University Press
Castiglioni, C., Lozza, E., The Organizational Common Good Provision Scale (O-CGP): A Tool for Assessing Employees’ Orientation Towards the Organizational Common Good, Abstract de <<30º Congresso dell’ Associazione Italiana di Psicologia>>, (Padova, 27-30 September 2022 ), Padova University Press, Padova 2022: 1172-1172 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/217952]
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