Evaluation of organizational intelligence on creative of high school principals in the academic year 2013-2014

Maryam Ordooie

Abstract


This study examines the role of organizational intelligence as the creative directors of secondary schools in the academic year 2013-2014 were conducted. The population of the study consisted of all secondary school principals in six different areas of theory, of which there are 177 people. Sample and the sample size is 121 patients using Cochran formula and method of quota sampling is done. The method in this research is descriptive and correlational. In this study, by using descriptive statistics of frequency and cumulative percentage, mean, standard deviation, tolerance, VIf, Mahalanvbays and Asmrynvf Kalmvgraf test analysis and the nonparametric statistical multiple correlation coefficient (regression) analysis of variance are independent. This research is innovative organizational intelligence and its components and the dependent variable. Data collection instruments are standardized intelligence, creativity, round step by masters in the field confirmed the validity and reliability is 0.89 Using the SPSS software was analyzed. The results showed that a significant positive relationship between organizational intelligence and its components (strategic vision, shared destiny, a desire for change, the spirit of unity and consensus, knowledge application, and performance pressure) with creativity. Based on the results, all components are individually significant and positive relationship with creativity was based on the Pearson correlation coefficient. 


Keywords


Organizational intelligence, creativity, strategic vision, common fate, application of knowledge, unity and consensus, morale, performance pressure, the desire to change.

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