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Journal of Cultural Leadership Studies

e-ISSN:2717-1957
Publisher

Islamic Azad University, Germi Banch

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Arta Scientific Leaders Institute

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Director-in-Charge:

Dr. Qader Vazifeh Damirchi

Editor-in-Chief :

Dr. Ali Khalegkhah

Editorial Board

Prof.Dr.Habib Ebrahimpour

Dr.Ali Khalegkhah

Dr.Akbar Etebarian

Dr.Ali Rashidpour

Dr.Farhad Najad Irani

Dr.Ishag Rasuli

Dr.Behrouz Skandarpour

Dr.Nasrin Khodabakhshi

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Vission of Cultural Leadership Studies

Reference in the field of issues related to cultural management and leadership in domestic and foreign scientific societies

Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2, SUMMER 2020 [Persian Papers with English Abstract]

Abstract

this research is a development and applied in terms of purpose. The statistical population consists of experts active in the field of entrepreneurship in the Republic of Azerbaijan who have at least 10 years of experience. The population size was 35 people and the sample method was available sample method. Three-stage Delphi method has been used to analyze the data. To conduct research, Frist was identified by studying the literature and background of the subject and models and theories of entrepreneurial culture. The original model with 42 sub-factors and was provided to experts using the Delphi method and finally after analysis through Delphi technique 36 factors remained and 36 sub-factors in the form of 6 main factors; were classified educational and research factors, guidance factors, financial and incentive factors, managerial factors, human-psychological factors and strategic factors.

Keywords: Entrepreneurship , Culture , Entrepreneurship Culture , Republic of Azerbaijan

Abstract

within the past few years we have seen an increase in direct foreign investment flow to Islamic countries. However, FDI flow to Islamic countries is scant with respect to other spots of the world. The reasons for this include widespread culture, red tail in regulations and civil wars in Islamic countries. Thus, this study aims to identify factors which affect FDI flows to Islamic countries with emphasis on marketing culture. Data belong to the time period 2006-2014. After investigation of reliability of the constructs and determination of an appropriate model, we used panel data method for estimation of model. The results of this research showed that customer orientation degree, buyer sophistication and tax rate have positive impacts and variables like source of knowledge, efficiency of labor, market size and inflation rate have negative impacts on FDI flows to Islamic countries.

Keywords: FDI flow , Islamic countries , marketing culture , panel data model

Abstract

the present study is applied in terms of purpose and correlation in terms of implementation. The statistical population of study consists of the employees at Asr Telecommunication and Information Technology Company, which according to the information obtained from the recruitment of the central organization is 300 employees. The number of samples according to Morgan table is equal to 169 people. To determine the content validity, the questionnaires were presented to three experienced professors and experts in the field of management to review the content. In this study, Cronbach's alpha method was used to determine the reliability of the test. To analyze the data, the normality of the data distribution is tested using the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test. If it is normal, Pearson correlation coefficient has been used to analyze the hypotheses. The relative importance method is also used to explain the role of variables in the dependent variable. The research findings show that the components of multifactorial leadership explain 15.6% of technology acceptance, in which the transformational leadership dimension has the highest relative weight and the exchange leadership dimension has the lowest relative weight. Also, conversion leadership with 62.82 percent and exchange leadership with 37.17 percent have a weight share in the impact on technology acceptance. Therefore, the research hypothesis that the relative weight of multidimensional leadership dimensions in the impact on technology acceptance is not the same was confirmed.

Keywords: Leadership , Technology , Multi-Factor Leadership , Technology Acceptance

Abstract

the purpose of this study is investigating the relationship between service-oriented and transformational leadership with the organizational culture of employees at General Directorate of Taxation. This research is applied in terms of purpose and in terms of data collection is a survey research and in terms of data analysis is a correlational. The statistical population of the present study is the staff of the General Directorate of Taxation. The statistical sample size was 178 using Cochran's formula. Pearson correlation coefficient tests were used to analyze the research hypotheses. The results of data analysis showed that there is a significant relationship between service-oriented leadership and organizational culture of employees and also there is a significant relationship between transformational leadership and organizational culture of employees.

Keywords: Service-oriented leadership , Transformational leadership , Organizational culture

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this article aims to investigate the relationship between the components of meritocracy and improving employee performance with the mediating role of organizational culture. The research method is descriptive-survey. The sampling method is random. The statistical population of this study consists of all employees of the Cultural and Artistic Organization of Tehran Municipality with 1521 people, including all employees of the organization. Statistical sample Using Cochran's formula, 306 statistical samples were obtained. Data were collected based on standard questionnaires. The results of research among the employees of Tehran Municipality Cultural and Artistic Organization showed that there is a strong significant relationship between the components of meritocracy and improving the performance of employees with the mediating role of organizational culture. The components of meritocracy have a positive effect on improving the performance of employees with the mediating role of organizational culture. , There is a weak significant relationship between communication skills and improving employee performance with the mediating role of organizational culture, between decision making and improving employee performance with the mediating role of organizational culture, there is a strong relationship between "encouraging, innovation and change" and improving employee performance with There is a weak significant relationship between mediating the role of organizational culture, between work communication and improving employee performance with the mediating role of organizational culture, there is a strong significant relationship between leadership skills and improving employee performance with mediating the role of organizational culture, between professional skills There is a strong significant relationship between employee performance improvement and the mediating role of organizational culture. There is a strong significant relationship between "positive self-efficacy and others" and employee performance improvement with the mediating role of organizational culture. Teamwork and employee performance improvement have a strong significant relationship with the mediating role of organizational culture. Finally, suggestions were made for future researchers.

Keywords: Merit , staff performance , organizational culture , Tehran Municipality Cultural , Artistic Organization

Abstract

the aim of this study was, survaying the individual, social, cultural and managerial factors affecting the level of participation in public sports; The youth of Khalkhal was performed. This research was conducted by survey method and in order to improve the validity of the questionnaire measures, validity was used and reliability was obtained by using Cronbach's alpha coefficient which was higher than 0.70 for all variables. The statistical population was 15-29 year olds peaples in Khalkhal city. The statistical population is 22636 according to the statistics of the Civil Registration Office, of which 380 people were selected as a sample using simple Cochran's formula by simple random sampling. Findings showed that the independent variables of feeling of security, civil rights, social support, mass media, cultural capital and social capital have a significant effect on the dependent variable of participation in public sports.

Keywords: feeling of security , civil rights , cultural factors , social factors , participation in sports


Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2, Summer 2020



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JCLS seeks articles that link cultural leadership and other relative subjects with its functional demands and outcomes. This in part may entail linking leadership in meaningful ways to organizational culture, social culture, cross –culture, organizational goals, functions, and performance pursuits, to practices in organizations such as entrepreneurship, strategy/strategic thinking, operations, and culture in human resources, and etc. To achieve these goals, JCLS recognizes that applying context to the study of culture and leadership can be in tension with a paper’s level of generalizability. JCLS recognizes this tradeoff and will support authors who seek to achieve balance

Deadline for submission: End of July 2020

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