Relationship between Managers' Performance and Organizational Health

Mohammadisadr Mohammad, Siadat Seyyedali, Arbabisarjou Azizollah

Abstract


The main purpose of this paper is to study the relationship between managers' performance in the field of interpersonal, informational and decision-making tasks with organizational health. To measure the indicators of the model, a questionnaire was prepared and distributed among 113 company of Tehran stock Exchange Market.  According to the results, there are a direct and significant relation between Interpersonal Roles, Informational Roles and Decision-making Roles with the Organizational Health at confidence level of 95%. In addition, the relationship between Organizational Health and Job Satisfaction are confirmed at the same confidence level.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v5n3p228

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