8th World Summit on Management Sciences
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The Relationship of Organizational Justice with Managers Self-Efficacy

Mohammad Taleghani1*, Ataollah Taleghani2
1Islamic Azad University, Iran
2University of Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Citation: Taleghani M, Taleghani A (2020) The Relationship of Organizational Justice with Managers' Self-Efficacy. SciTech Management Sciences 2020. Thailand

Received: April 03, 2020         Accepted: April 06, 2020         Published: April 07, 2020


The aim of the present study, the relationship between thinking styles and abilities of the individual employee organizations Education office is Rasht City. All staff education research population administrative Rasht City of sample included 490 men and 215 women who randomly - selected class. To gather the data from the two questionnaires assessing thinking styles and abilities of individual staff questionnaires were used. Cronbach's alpha coefficient of 95% and Thinking Styles Inventory capabilities of individual employees was estimated at 96%. Data from the descriptive statistics (mean and standard deviation) and inferential statistics (multiple regression analysis to test the main hypothesis of the study and test specific hypotheses to test and Pearson correlation test and KS-test and ANOVA Friedman test, camera test Watson) was used. Overall relationship between the changing styles and interpersonal skills combined with the ability to confirm a relationship was found between styles and between levels of utopian thinking, pragmatic-oriented analysis, and fact-oriented capabilities of individuals with confirmed. And the Friedman test with the highest correlation was found. At the end of the pragmatic thinking in the form of summary, discussion, conclusions, several recommendations In connection with the results in real-world applications and continues to pursue similar studies in the future are presented.
Keywords: Thinking styles, Personal empowerment, Organizational justice, Department of Education