The influence of success model on the performance of middle managers of oil company hospitals in Khuzestan Province

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The influence of success model on the performance of middle managers of oil company hospitals in Khuzestan Province

Mohammad Ali Ghobishavi, Hossein Vazifeh Doust, Karim Hamdi
J. Bio. Env. Sci.5( 6), 353-365, December 2014.
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Abstract

The present study aims to examine the impact of success model on the performance of middle managers of Oil Company hospitals in Khuzestan Province. This is an applied study in terms of objective. This is considered as a descriptive study in terms of data collection technique. Furthermore, this is a causal study in terms of relationships between the variables. It is specifically based on the structural equation modeling. The population consisted of 440 managers of Oil Company hospitals in Khuzestan Province. Of these, 205 people were selected by simple random sampling technique using the Krejcie and Morgan table. A questionnaire was used to measure the variables. A total of 205 questionnaires were distributed and ultimately 202 valid questionnaires were collected from respondents. Data analysis was performed by descriptive and inferential statistics with the help of SPSS and Amos. The results showed that the direct and indirect effects of key success factors have a positive impact on information management. Effective decisions will be made accordingly. In general, the results showed that the success model will affect the performance of middle managers in Oil Company hospitals.

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