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A Model for Managers' Career Strategies in the Iranian Insurance Industry

Mehdi Yazdanshenas; Hamed Dehghanan; Saeid Sehhat; Forough Saghayan

Volume 32, Issue 109 , October 2023, Pages 1-26


  This study aimed to provide a model for the career path strategies of managers in the Iranian insurance industry. The research method is qualitative in terms of the nature of the research and applied in terms of purpose. The Participants whose number was determined based on theoretical saturation are ...  Read More

Organizational Behavior
Conceptual Framework of Soft Digital Transformation in the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology

Yasaman Modaresi; Mir Ali Seyd Naghavi; Habib Roodsaz; Iman Raeesi Vanani

Volume 32, Issue 109 , October 2023, Pages 27-80


  In today's digital world, organizations are looking for changes in appearance, thinking, and performance to remain competitive. Digital transformation is a tremendous transformation that cannot be avoided, and organizations must prepare themselves to face it. This research aims to identify the soft components ...  Read More

Human Resource Management
Identifying factors That Strengthen Administrative Discipline

Naseh rookhandeh; Kumars Ahmadi; Mahdi Hamzehpoor; Fatemeh Sohrabi

Volume 32, Issue 109 , October 2023, Pages 81-120


  Administrative discipline is one of the most important cohesive factors in the organization and plays a key role in improving the performance of organizations. It is necessary to identify the factors that strengthen it (drivers), so this research aims to identify the main and subcategories and key indicators ...  Read More

Organizational Behavior
Jealousy at Work Place Based on Social Comparative Theory: Antecedents and Consequences

Mehdi Mohazabi; Mahmoud Moradi

Volume 32, Issue 109 , October 2023, Pages 121-156


  One of the most important and debatable issues in the field of employees' emotions is the issue of envy in the workplace. The main purpose of this study is to investigate the antecedents and consequences of envy in the workplace based on social comparison theory. To this end, a framework for understanding ...  Read More

Recognizing and Understanding the Strategic Regret Phenomenon of the Government Organizations Managers

Ali shariatnejad; Farnaz Mehdikhani; Zahra Ghafoori

Volume 32, Issue 109 , October 2023, Pages 157-198


   One of the management errors of managers, which is the result of making non-optimal decisions, is strategic regret, which shows itself in the form of a Weakening of the performance, efficiency, and effectiveness of government organizations managers and causes severe damage to government organizations'. ...  Read More

Organizational Behavior
Designing a Model of Organizational Depression in Public Sector Organizations

Sksndar Shirazi

Volume 32, Issue 109 , October 2023, Pages 199-238


  Organizational depression is one of the new challenges of public sector organizations; ignoring it can have long-term harm to the organization and its employees, and since people spend most of their time in organizations today, neglecting this issue can cause damage. Seek irreparability. The present ...  Read More

Organizational Behavior
Phenomenology of Employees' Experience of Organizational Resilience

Mahdi Alizadeh; Ziba Feizy

Volume 32, Issue 109 , October 2023, Pages 239-263


  Organizational Grit is a new concept of positive psychology and characteristic of successful people worldwide. Organizational Grit expresses enthusiasm to achieve long-term organizational goals. However, there needs to be more understanding about the lived experience of Organizational Grit. In this research, ...  Read More