J. Bio. Env. Sci.5(6), 387-398, December 2014
Today, agility is considered as a paradigm which indicates the ability of corporations in implementation of competitive activities, a contest in which instability is the main index. In an agile organization which faces continuous environmental changes, capability and flexibility of labor force plays a significant role. One of the issues under consideration while moving toward organizational agility is how the human source is being managed and motivated. Islamic values, beliefs and traditions develop the competency of human resource in responding to the future needs of internal and external environment of an organization through determining and implementing a set of plans and programs. This research aims to investigate the effect of Islamic values, beliefs and traditions on organizational agility in institutional offices of the National Iranian South Oilfields Company. The statistical population includes the personnel and managers of the institutional offices of the National Iranian South Oilfields Company (150 individuals), among whom 110 individuals were selected as the sample applying Krejcie and Morgan table. Data was collected through inventory and research variables were evaluated by SPSS.21. The results indicate that Islamic values, beliefs and traditions have a significant positive effect on organizational agility in institutional offices of National Iranian South Oilfields Company.
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