Predicting Managers’ Organizational Productivity with Regard to Managerial Talent and Time Management

Mohammad Hosein Pourshanbe, Afsaneh Marziyeh, Abede Nazari


This study was conducted to predict managers’ organizational productivity with regard to managerial talent and time management of school managers. This descriptive study followed a correlational design. The statistical population of the present study included all school managers in Jiroft. Using stratified random sampling method, 130 managers (65 females and 65 males) were selected as the sample. Measurement tools used in the current study were Talent Management Questionnaire (Oehley, 2007), Time Management Questionnaire (Azizi Moghaddam, 2006), and Managers’ Organizational Productivity (Hersey and Goldsmith, 1998). The obtained evidence indicated these questionnaires’ high validity and reliability. Statistical methods applied in this study included Pearson correlation coefficient, regression analysis and one-sample t-test. Results revealed that managerial talent and time management were significantly related to organizational productivity. Moreover, gender and level of education had no effects on organizational productivity.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n2s2p107

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