The Effect of High-Involvement Management ،IN organization reputation An applied study in the Baghdad Directorate of Education

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Al-KarKh/ Ruaa Satar AL-Obaidy, Prof. Dr. Samah Mouyad Mahmoud AL-Moula


The study included basic variables (high containment practices, the reputation of the organization) and the possibility of their application in the Iraqi environment (Baghdad Al-Karkh Education Directorate/2), high containment practices effectively contribute to enhancing its reputation, as the current study aims to identify the impact of high containment practices in the Directorate Researched by applying its main axes (participation in decision-making, sharing information, training, incentives and reward) in enhancing the reputation of the organization, which is represented by its main axes (social responsibility, service quality, creativity). As for the problem of the study, the researcher reached it through the study The first survey that was conducted for the study community, which is represented by the limited awareness of managers of high containment practices, In addition to the absence of the employee’s sense of motivation and energy at work and the absence of a positive image of employees and thus affecting the reputation of the organization, the questionnaire tool was used and distributed to the sample of (150) employees, and for the research four main hypotheses were formulated, and tested with a set of statistical tools The most important of the occasions (Pearson correlation coefficient, standard deviation, arithmetic mean, coefficient of variation, simple linear regression, and others) Through analysis and testing, the researcher reached a set of conclusions, the most prominent of which is the application of the Baghdad Directorate of Education Al-Karkh/2 some high containment practices, namely (participation in decision-making, training), in addition to the directorate’s interest in social responsibility, holding charitable seminars and providing information to understand the special needs of the auditors, and this What has been confirmed in practice

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