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Interscience Management Review

Article Title

ORGANIZATIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN FACULTY MEMBERS OF SHAHREKORD SELECTED UNIVERSITIES, IRAN

Abstract

Organizational intelligence is considered as one of the prerequisites of organizational success and helps the organizations to achieve their missions. The purpose of this article is to diagnose a university’s business intelligence. The indicators of organizational intelligence (strategic vision, shared fate, appetite for change, alignment, performance pressure, knowledge deployment and sprit) were measured in academic members in Shahrekord selected Universities, Iran. Data were collected from 168 faculty members and analyzed by correlation descriptive method. Albrecht’s standard questionnaire was used to collect data. Results showed that all of these seven indicators of intelligence assessment among faculty members were located at a higher level than the median and mean of them were ranged from 19.6 up to 24.8 (out of 35). Two indicators include strategic vision and spirit showed the highest and the application of knowledge showed the lowest values. Organizational Intelligence didn’t showed any correlation with age of faculty members, but the performance pressure was higher among full Professors, and components of strategic vision, appetite for change and organizational alignment were significantly higher among female faculty members than male ones.