Analyzing the Position of Creativity via Denison’s Model for Organization for the Nurses in Amir al-Momenin and Shahid Beheshti Hospitals
In recent years, scientists have concluded that the outstanding position of successful businesses depend greatly on intangible but strong factors like spirit, potential, creativity and their organizational culture together with their beliefs and values. Relying on these two powerful factors of organizational development, an organization could open up its wings over mountains of prosperity. Recent studies along with many other historical ones have demonstrated that these two factors are among the main factors moving an organization forward. Therefore, the present study aims to investigate the relationship between organizational culture and creativity in nurses working in Amir al-Momenin and Shahid Beheshti Hospitals of Maragheh. This descriptive correlation study was conducted in a statistical population covering all nurses working in these two hospitals from among which, according to Morgan table, a decent statistical sample were selected and the questionnaire was randomly distributed among them. The data for the study were collected through Denson’s standard organizational culture inventory and standard creativity questionnaire both of which were verified for their reliability and validity. The collected data were analyzed using regression test and the Pearson and Spearman coefficients. Results revealed that there is a significant and positive relationship between organizational culture and its dimensions including commitment to cooperation, compatibility, assignments and conformity with creativity in nurses working in Amir al-Momenin and Shahid Beheshti hospitals of Maragheh.