Decision making model and behavior of Iranian top managers

Authors

1 Management Faculty, University of Tehran

2 Master's degree in, University of Tarbiat Modares

3 Faculty of Management, University of Tehran

Abstract

Aesthetics relates to felt meaning generated from sensory perceptions, and involves subjective, tacit knowledge rooted in feeling and emotion. We believe the aesthetics of management is important, but little understood, aspect of organizational life. We propose that followers use their aesthetic senses in making these assessments.
In this article we try to discover the role of aesthetic in management and then try to find out the style of about 130 industrial and governmental top managers in Iran using some technique such as questionnaire and interview. The personality and character of them will be recognized by some test such as KAI, MBIT, CPS, Cooper-Smith self-esteem, management style, machiavellism, internal and external control, behavior, attitude and their methods in problem solving and decision making, and the effect of this ability in productivity of their organization.

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Article Title [Persian]

Decision making model and behavior of Iranian top managers

Authors [Persian]

  • Majid balali 1
  • Seyed Badredin Ahmadi 2
  • Seyed Reza Seyed Javadin 3
  • Aliakbar Farhangi 3
Abstract [Persian]

Aesthetics relates to felt meaning generated from sensory perceptions, and involves subjective, tacit knowledge rooted in feeling and emotion. We believe the aesthetics of management is important, but little understood, aspect of organizational life. We propose that followers use their aesthetic senses in making these assessments.
In this article we try to discover the role of aesthetic in management and then try to find out the style of about 130 industrial and governmental top managers in Iran using some technique such as questionnaire and interview. The personality and character of them will be recognized by some test such as KAI, MBIT, CPS, Cooper-Smith self-esteem, management style, machiavellism, internal and external control, behavior, attitude and their methods in problem solving and decision making, and the effect of this ability in productivity of their organization.