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International Business Management
Year: 2016  |  Volume: 10  |  Issue: 20  |  Page No.: 4861 - 4867

The Relationship Between Public Decision-Making Style of Management and Organizational Health in Hormozgan Governor and Governor Subsidiaries

Hamid Taboli, Sara Tavakoli and Uusef gholami    

Abstract: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between public decision-making styles of managers (rational, intuitive, dependent, spontaneous and avoidant) and organizational health at three institutional levels (institutional integration), administrative level (principal influence, consideration, maintenance and support resources) and technical (scientific emphasis and mood, respectively). The population includes all the basic and middle managers and government employees, allies and contractors working in Hormozgan governor and governor subsidiaries that were questioned using stratified random sampling of 78 managers and 255 employees using tools questionnaires. After statistical analysis using correlation, multiple regression and generally results showed that: there is a positive significant relationship between style of rational, intuitive and affiliation decision-making with organizational health. Also there is a significant and negative relationship among the styles of immediate and avoiding decision-making and organizational health. Then, on further examination, it yielded a positive and significant relationship between rational decision making style with institutional and organizational levels of health administrative. It was also found that there is a positive and significant relationship between the styles of intuitive and affiliation decision making with the administrative and technical levels of organizational health. It is established a negative and significant relationship between spontaneous and avoidant decision making styles and levels of administrative, technical and institutional of organizational health. In general we can say use of the style of rational, intuitive and not use of spontaneous and avoidant decision-making attachment, in organizational health and its different levels can be affected. It shows the need for improved management decision making skills more than before.

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