Examining the Relationship between Organizational Agility and the Staff Job Satisfaction in Central Basement of Social Insurance Fund
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Reza Jafari: Phd student, Islamic Azad University, Azad Shomal, Tehran, Iran
Abstract of Economic, Finance and Management Outlook, 2016, vol. 5, 2
Agility refers to reaction ability toward unpredicted activities. Organizational agility has been introduced as one of the factors determining job satisfaction recently. The present study aims at examining the relationship between organizational agility and the staff job satisfaction in central basement of social insurance fund. This is a descriptive and correlational study which has been done as a survey. Statistical population consists of 1034 staff of central basement of social insurance fund in 2011. Sampling has been regular cluster, 284 people has been selected as the sample of the research. To analyse data, descriptive and inferential statistics has been used, and the instrument has been the questionnaire of organizational agility and job satisfaction. The findings show that there is a significant relationship between organizational agility and its sub-components such as responsiveness, competence, flexibility, and quickness and job satisfaction.
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