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INVESTIGATION ON RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MANAGEMENT STYLE AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN TEHRAN LIBRARIES

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 Start Page 49 | End Page 60

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 Purpose: The Purpose of this research was to investigate relationship between management style and KNOWLEDGE SHARING in Tehran libraries.Methodology: This research used survey method. Data were collected through a researcher-made questionnaire that was including 3 sections (KNOWLEDGE SHARING; tendency to KNOWLEDGE SHARING; and MANAGEMENT STYLES, according to Likert theory). The population of this study is 495 LIBRARIANS and managers from 7 libraries including; National Library of I.R. of Iran, Library, Document and Information Center of Research and Educational Planning Organization, and centeral libraries of Sharif University of Technology, Tehran University of Medical Siences and Health Services, Tarbiat Modares University, University of Tehran, Science and Research Branch of the Islamic Azad University. Proportional sampling was used to determine the sample size which formulated using Cochran formula. Finally 209 out of 219 questionnaires were returned. Descriptive and analytical methods (ANOVA, and Pearson correlation (were used to answer questions and examine the hypothesis.Findings: Findings indicated that benevolent authoritative style well describes the managerial style of libraries. In other hand, the amount of KNOWLEDGE SHARING in libraries was very low, but LIBRARIANS will to share knowledge with their colleagues was relatively good. Findings also indicated that there is significant relationship between all indicators of the management style and KNOWLEDGE SHARING in libraries.Conclusions: LIBRARIANS and administrators trust each other and feeling of responsibility for achieving the goals of the organization can be seen. Also knowledge and experience between them is distributed and absorbed. It seems to enhance the KNOWLEDGE SHARING among the staff, improving the management style is to need.

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