Gardner’s mathematical intelligence theory to measure managers mathematical intelligence and organizational effectiveness in East Azerbaijan’s gas company
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CitationBeikzad, J. ve Noruzi, M. R. (2009). Gardner’s mathematical intelligence theory to measure managers mathematical intelligence and organizational effectiveness in East Azerbaijan’s gas company. Maltepe Üniversitesi. s. 214.
Increasing recession and emergence of new markets and various customers on the other hand caused the world encounter lots of sophisticated and complicated changes. If the trend continues, chaos will emerge; although we can touch chaos now in today’s economic conditions and markets. In today economy we can not expect that the sea will be calm tomorrow, but probably we could do that in the past and could plan exactly the outcome and process but can we do this for the current activities? May be the answer is No. Should we be panicked in this downturns or be smarter and find ways to outperform our competitor? What is the duty of science here? The aim of this paper is to study the relationship between Gardner’s Mathematical Intelligence among managers with Stephen Robbins organizational effectiveness in East Azerbaijan Gas Company. This is based on a project studies empirically and concluded that there is a relationship between Mathematical Intelligence and organizational effectiveness.
SourceInternational Conference of Mathematical Sciences
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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