A Study on Organizational Structure and Creativity in Universities

Azizi-Nejad, Bahareh
May 2014
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;2014, Vol. 10 Issue Special, p491
Academic Journal
The study of relationship between organizational structure and creativity of faculty members of west Azarbayjan Payame Noor University is the main purpose of this research, which is a correlational descriptive and quantitative research. The conclusion showed that there was no relationship between formalization and creativity, but there was a relationship between low level of centralization to complexity and creativity of faculty members.


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