International Journal of Management, Accounting and Economics
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Volume 2, No. 11, November 2015 Pages: 1357 - 1369
A Survey of Relationship between Islamic Tolerance of Managers and Organizational Health
Hossein Jalilvand , Masumeh Karamati, Hassan Nodehi, Hassan Bagheri Nia
Corresponding author:
Jalilvand19[at]gmail[dot]com
Abstract:
The present study is an attempt to survey the relationship between the manager’s tolerance and organizational health. The concept of tolerance, within the scope of this paper is a directional and moderate action to deal with controversial and opposite directions. The aspects of Islamic tolerance include ontological, anthropological, epistemological, and axiological foundations. The elements of organizational health are institutional unity, initiating structure, consideration, and resource support, moral and academic emphasis. Study population was comprised of 45 employees of Esfarayen University of Technology and Engineering. Research tools were a standard questionnaire of organizational and researcher-designed management’s tolerance questionnaire. Data analyses were carried out using correlation and simple regression tests. The study results indicated a significant relationship between organizational health and Islamic tolerance. It was concluded, thereby, that observation of principles of tolerance in the organization boosts organizational health. In addition, maximum mean point was obtained among descriptive indices of organizational health by consideration and initiating structure and by anthropology among elements of tolerance
Keywords:
Organization health, mangers’ tolerance, Islamic management.
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