Investigating the Relationship between Organizational Structure Factors and Personnel Performance

Document Type: Original Research

Authors

1 MSc in Business Management, Faculty of Management and Economics, Bahonar University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran

2 MSc in Public Management, Payame Noor University, Bushehr, Iran

3 MSc in Industrial Management, Faculty of Management, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

Abstract

Nowadays, for surviving in the dynamic and complicated environment, it is required for organizations to have agility and flexibility in which the main factor is organizational structure which is the principal force of change. It is a framework for all organizational decisions and processes and influence the performance improvement and productivity increase. The purpose of this research is ranking the organizational structures factors which are effective on Personnel performance. This is applied and survey research which its statistical population consists of employees of Karafarin and Parsian insurance companies. Convenience sampling method were used to collect research data. Analyzing, the research data, the Pearson and Friedman Tests were applied. The results showed that formality is the most effective factor and complexity is the least effective factor on personnel performance.     

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