DESIGNING A NATIVE MODEL OF ORGANIZATIONAL WISDOM ASSESSMENT FOR GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS (CASE STUDY: INDUSTRIAL TOWNSHIPS OF KERMANSHAH PROVINCE)

Palavras-chave: Learning. Thinking. Ethical practices. Creativity. Intelligence.

Resumo

The purpose of this study was to design a native model for evaluating organizational wisdom for government agencies and typically in industrial enterprises in Kermanshah province which is based on the purpose of the applied research type. And, in terms of the method, this is a descriptive-survey research. ​In order to prepare and formulate theoretical foundations, the study of research records is used by the library method. To analyze the data, first, after identifying the dimensions and variables of organizational wisdom, to remove the unrelated factors and their categorization with the help of factor analysis, 5 major dimensions were identified: 1. Learning (continuous) 2. Thinking (system and wise) 3. Values and ethical actions 4. Creativity and innovation 5. Intelligence (based on experience). Then, Fuzzy mathematical is used for modeling that to fuzzy from triangular numbers, for fuzzy intrusion of Mamdani's method, the center of gravity method is used for decaying.

Biografia do Autor

Ghafoor Ahmadi , Islamic Azad University

Phd. Student, Department of Government Management, Bonab Branch, Islamic Azad University, Bonab, Iran. 

Gholamreza Rahimi , Islamic Azad University

Assistant Pro. Department of Government Management, Bonab Branch, Islamic Azad University, Bonab, Iran. 

Farhad Nejadirani , Islamic Azad University

Assistant Pro. Department of Government Management, Bonab Branch, Islamic Azad University, Bonab, Iran. 

Nader Bohlooli , Islamic Azad University

Assistant Pro. Department of Government Management, Bonab Branch, Islamic Azad University, Bonab, Iran.

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2021-07-20
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ARTIGOS DE FLUXO CONTÍNUO