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Determining Political and Professional Seats in Iran Public Administration System (Nature, Content and Indicators)

Gholamali Tabarsa

Volume 30, Issue 100 , July 2021, Pages 9-34


  One of the problems that has led to the inefficiency and the dissatisfaction of stakeholders in the public sector is the politicization of the administration. The purpose of this study is to design dimensions and indicators to differentiate political and professional seats in government to the establishment ...  Read More

Designing a Career Path Development Model Based on the Knowledge Management Model

Meisam Sotouneh; Mojtaba Tabari; Yousof Gholipour-Kanani; Mohammadreza Bbagherzadeh

Volume 30, Issue 100 , July 2021, Pages 35-64


  The issue of career path development is important for employees in many organizations such as social security, according to the knowledge management pattern, so this study was conducted to design a career development model based on the knowledge management pattern in Mazandaran Social Security Organization. ...  Read More

Board or CEO Dominance?

MOHAMMADSADEGH HASHEMI; Amin Moeinian; Mehdi Ebrahimi

Volume 30, Issue 100 , July 2021, Pages 65-105


  CEO-board power relation is a controversial topic in theory and practice. Our research question is, how does the dominance of each party affect the board’s involvement in the strategy-making process? This study aims to provide a contingency understanding of the subject by using a multi-theoretic ...  Read More

The Effective Management Factors of Improvement Projects in the Organizational Excellence

Vahid Baradaran; Alireza Asadollahi

Volume 30, Issue 100 , July 2021, Pages 107-136


  Business Excellence Models (BEM) are frameworks can help organizations to focus thought and action in a more systematic and structured way that should lead to increased performance. By implementation of excellence models and self-assessment, organizations enable to define different improvement projects. ...  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

Investigating the Effect of Perceived Job Insecurity on Turnover Intention

Davood Ghorbanzadeh; Shadan Vahabzadeh; Elahe Kazemi

Volume 30, Issue 100 , July 2021, Pages 163-191


  Covid-19 has caused an unprecedented crisis in all industries, especially the hotel industry around the world. The purpose of this study is to investigating the effect of perceived job insecurity on hotel employee' turnover intention during the Covid-19 outbreak. In order to achieve the purpose of the ...  Read More