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Organizational Behavior
Investigating the foundations and causes of self-Wanted isolation in Government organizations of Ilam city

Reza Sephahvand; Ardeshir Shiri; Hamed Ghasempour; Fatemeh Fazelpour

Volume 33, Issue 111 , April 2024


  Self-wanted isolation is considered a silent phenomenon of the organization; A situation where the employee deliberately chooses a secluded corner and does not throw itself away from events and events and does not allow participation in organizational activities. self-wanted isolation from the employees' ...  Read More

Value Creation Components of Project Managers to Attract Employee Cooperation

ramyar mirzaei; Amir Asaad Nasri Zar; Adel Salavati

Volume 31, Issue 106 , January 2023, , Pages 191-215


  There are various sources for value creation in project-based organizations. These sources can be employees, technology, structure, process, or anything in the project life cycle. In this research, project managers as active social actors in the project environment are a source of value creation that ...  Read More

Designing a Model of Inexcusable Absent of Employees With The Approach of the Grounded Theory

Mir Hadi Moazen Jamshidi; Razieh Bagherzadeh Khodashahri

Volume 30, Issue 100 , July 2021, , Pages 137-162


  The presence of employees in the workplace, despite the signs and symptoms of the disease, represents the phenomenon of presenteeism, the lack of control over which is related to the obvious and hidden costs, such as depression, burnout, deteriorating health. The present study aims to design a conceptual ...  Read More

Designing Talent Management Model in the Banking Industry Using Grounded Theory

Akbar Hasanpour; Bijan Abdollahi; Saeed Jafarinia; Mahboobeh Memari

Volume 28, Issue 93 , December 2019, , Pages 93-129


  The banking industry and the desirable performance of banks have a significant impact on the country's economic development. The environmental factors affecting the industry, such as the complex global economy, the economic climate of the country influenced by economic sanctions, as well as the growth ...  Read More

A Model To Implement Of Strategic Plans

Nader Mazloomi; Ali Motevalli

Volume 21, Issue 67 , April 2012, , Pages 19-45


  Strategic management contains three major stages, planning, implementation, and control, assessment. Implementation the strategies is the general stage of strategic management. setting up a strategy which never gone to be Implemented, is a waste. So the next step after setting the strategy is implementation, ...  Read More

A Model for Creating Human Wealth- Organization Oriented (Tourism Industry)

Mahmood Saatchi; Saeedeh Omidi

Volume 21, Issue 66 , January 2012, , Pages 101-137

  Talent management is one of the most important issue for leaders of organizations and talent retention as a critical part of   it, can affect on organizational success.Human wealth means talent people that play important role to succeed every company.This article is focused on to determine ...  Read More