The present study seeks to survey the relation between organizational intelligence and occupational morals of managers at high schools in Shahrekord. Its method is descriptive of the type of correlative and statistical sample includes all managers and teachers of high schools in Shahrekord in 2011 – 2012 academic year totaled 755. Based on Karjis & Morgan table (1970), its statistical sample has been 255, regarding that statistical community consisted of two groups of managers and teachers, so classification random sampling was used. In this study, Carl Albrecht (2003) organizational intelligence questionnaires and occupational morals questionnaire were used. To analyze obtained data inductively, measurement instrument, statistical methods of analyze regression and correlative coefficient were used. Results showed that observed “r” has significant and positive correlation between organizational intelligence and occupational morals of managers in high school of Shahrekord. Observed at the level of P < %5, presented significant and positive correlation between strategic insight, common destination, tendency to alteration, agreement and unity, knowledge application and occupational morals of managers. There was no significant correlation between organizational intelligence and occupational morals of managers and population characteristics based on age, occupation precedence and their education.
ESHKAFTAKI, ATEFE BAYATI; RASTABI, ELHAM KHOSRAVI; GHAFARI, SAADAT; and MAHMOODI, MOHMMADTGHI
"STUDY OF RELATION BETWEEN TEACHERS ORGANIZATIONAL INTELLIGENCE WITH PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AMONG SHAHREKORD HIGH SCHOOLS,"
Interscience Management Review: Vol. 3:
2, Article 16.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/imr/vol3/iss2/16