:: Volume 1, Issue 6 (9-2017) ::
3 2017, 1(6): 62-70 Back to browse issues page
Modeling Human Resource Agility and Ethics Management in Resolving the Crisis of Media Organizations
Shahin Ahmadzadeh Araji , Abolfazl Danaei , Atollah Abtahi
Department of Media Management, Faculty of Management and Economics, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad university, Tehran, Iran
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the modeling of HRM and ethics management by solving the crisis in media organizations.  Methodology: The statistical population of the present study was all managers of media organizations in 2016, 120 of them were selected as sample in a targeted sampling method (79 male managers and 41 female ones). In this research, organizational agility questionnaire, Organizational Ethics Questionnaire (CEP) and Organizational Conflict Questionnaire were used to collect data on factors affecting agility. The conceptual model of the research was tested using structural equation modeling.  Findings: The findings of the path analysis indicated that the model has a suitable fitting and all factor loads of markers on the variable are significant on the organizational agility variable and all direct path coefficients of the model are significant at alpha level 0.01. According to these results, organizational agility with impact factor (beta) 0.29 affects ethics management. Finally, ethics management with a coefficient of effect (beta) 0. 67 affects the resolution of the media organizations' crisis. Discussion: Ethics management is able to mediate organizational agility and solve the crisis of media organizations. Organizational agility with an impact on ethics management is capable of indirectly affecting the resolution of the media organizations' crisis. Therefore, attention to learning agility and attention to ethics management in organizations can be one of the main strategies for managing crisis management in organizations.
Keywords: Agility, Ethics, Media Organizations, Ethics Management.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/04/17 | Accepted: 2017/05/18 | Published: 2017/09/23

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