The Enigma of Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory in the Area of Organizational Effectiveness

Narges Sariolghalam, Mohammad Reza Noruzi, Gholam Reza Rahimi

Abstract


Most organizational theorists agree that having intelligent managers is one of the most important contributors to
overall organizational success and task or mission cannot be accomplished by not paying attention to manager's
intelligence.
This research is a sole study about the role of Multiple Intelligences, (MI) in organizational effectiveness, (OE)
in management era. Nowadays managers should be more intelligent than their rivals in this competitive and
turbulent market. This paper aims to explore the MI notion in details. Also the relationship of MI and OE comes
as well.

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