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Relationship between Organizational Trust and Organizational Innovation: Case Srudy of the Payam Nour University

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The present research was done to analyze the relationship between organizational trust and organizational innovation at Payam Nour University in Tehran Province. To collect data related to organizational trust, Payne questionnaire was used. Organizational innovation data were collected by a researcher-developed questionnaire. The reliability of both of which based on Alfa Cronbach coefficient was 91% and 86% respectively. To analyze data, Pearson correlation test and step-by step regression were applied. The result of correlation test showed that there is positive and significant relationship between organizational trust and all its dimensions with organizational innovation. The results of structural equation modeling were collected by 231 questionnaires and suggest that innovative leadership and organizational trust have relation with organizational innovation. In conclusion, the result is analyzed and some suggestions are made to improve innovation capability in the organization of the target population.

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International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 86)
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20-27
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A. Jamshidi, "Relationship between Organizational Trust and Organizational Innovation: Case Srudy of the Payam Nour University", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 86, pp. 20-27, 2019
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March 2019
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