Presenting a model for reforming an organization for improving and making its healthy

Document Type : Research Paper


1 Faculty of Accounting Management, Edalat University, Tehran, Iran

2 Faculty of Accounting Management, Allameh Tabatabai University, Tehran, Iran



In this research, under the title "Presentation of the structural model of the interaction of managers and the organization in the direction of empowerment", an attempt is made to examine the current situation of the organization and to design an appropriate structural model by using the indicators of organizational empowerment and its establishment in order to improve the organizational conditions. The current research is quantitative and descriptive-analytical. The statistical population of the research includes experts and managers of Tehran municipality, whose number is equal to 58 thousand people. To determine the minimum required sample size, Morgan's table was used for the limited population, and finally, 257 completed questionnaires were returned, which became the basis of the analysis. The data collection tool is a researcher-made questionnaire whose validity was confirmed by experts and its reliability was confirmed by Cronbach's alpha coefficient. Data analysis with the help of structural equations and with SPSS20 and Lisre18 software. 8 and SmartpLus have been investigated and the results show the significance of the relationships and components of the presented model.


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  • Receive Date: 29 August 2023
  • Accept Date: 07 October 2023