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MANAGERS‘ OBLIGATION TO ETHICS AND RUMORS MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS

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  1-26

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RUMORS regarding the nature and influence of social anxiety that can increase productivity and reduce production and social validity Employees, managers, agencies and organizations impair the. In this regard, we expect people who are ethics obligation, understand, analyze and manage RUMORS, have distinct behaviors. This study aimed to describe concepts such as GOSSIP and review of management practices and control in organizations is moral. Two standard questionnaire (alpha =. 82 manage RUMORS, and. 91 to adhere to ethics) among managers, deputies and four senior ministers have been distributed. Results show that the overall correlation between adherence to the Code of Conduct by directors and managing their organizations rumored to exist. Additionally, the findings suggest that education, gender, experience and position in the management and adherence to ethical principles affect rumor.

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    APA: Copy

    MOGHIMI, S., & GHAFARI, R. (2016). MANAGERS‘ OBLIGATION TO ETHICS AND RUMORS MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS. ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE MANAGEMENT, 14(1 ), 1-26. https://sid.ir/paper/196538/en

    Vancouver: Copy

    MOGHIMI SEYED MOHAMMAD, GHAFARI RAHMAN. MANAGERS‘ OBLIGATION TO ETHICS AND RUMORS MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS. ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE MANAGEMENT. 2016 [cited 2023January29];14(1 ):1-26. Available from: https://sid.ir/paper/196538/en

    IEEE: Copy

    MOGHIMI, S., GHAFARI, R., 2016. MANAGERS‘ OBLIGATION TO ETHICS AND RUMORS MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS. ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE MANAGEMENT, [online] 14(1 ), pp.1-26. Available: https://sid.ir/paper/196538/en.






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