The Relationship between Employees' Maturity and Organizational Intelligence by Offering a Model of Structural Equations

Amirian, Mohammad Elyas; Falahi, Hassan; Rahman, Mahmoud Zivari; Moghadam, Solmaz Shokouhi
June 2014
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;Jun2014, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p11
Academic Journal
This study aims at identifying the relationship between the employees' maturity and organizational intelligence in public organizations of the city of Kerman. The sample under study consists of 301 employees of public organizations in the city of Kerman who are selected randomly-categorically in proportion to the population of the society. The results of structural equation modeling show that the factors used for evaluating the variables have an acceptable rate of validity and reliability. The findings implicate that employees' maturity has a significant relationship with organizational intelligence.


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