Assessment the Relationship between Organizational Factors Affecting Creativity of Staff Using Fuzzy DEMATEL (Case Study: University of Qom)

Ahmad Vedadi, Mohammad Hasan Maleki, Fereshte Norouzi

Abstract


Lack of attention to managerial problem in creative of staff caused the failure of anticipated benefits and lead to failure and frustration. Meanwhile, identification the important factors affecting the creative of staff and their relationship play a key role in managerial decision making. The aim of this project is to identify and assess the relationships between organizational factors that influence employee creativity using Fuzzy DEMATEL at University of Qom. For this purpose, by using of 19 expert and literature review initially 39 factors affecting the creations were identified at University of Qom then these factors by using of network analysis process were ranked. At the end, seven factors were identified with the highest degree of importance. The results showed that the most important organizational factors include the organizational structure, leadership style, reward systems, organizational climate, competition, diversity of work and quality of work life.


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