The role of managers’ professional ethics in organizational excellence, with the mediation of job engagement

Adel Zahed Babelan, Ramin Gharibzadeh, Ali Akbar Mortezazadeh, Azadeh Dadjou



This study clarifies the role of professional ethics in organizational excellence mediation teacher's enthusiasm. The research is descriptive and correlational study based on structural equation modeling. The study population consisted of all teachers in the city of Ardabil (a total of 5750 persons) and 360 samples using the sample size Gorges and Morgan were selected using stratified random sampling method. To collect the required data from three standard questionnaires Ethics (1393), Organizational Excellence (1385) and Work Engagement (1392) is used. In order to analyze the data collected, Lisrel and SPSS statistical software was used. 3 hypotheses were evaluated in accordance with structural equation modeling and significant relationships between variables and structures are confirmed and changing relationships of a significant amount of error is five percent more 1/96. The findings of this analysis show the model structure Professional ethics with high path coefficient with other variables, can be a powerful factor in the organization is to raise them.

Please cite this article as: Zahed Babelan A, Gharibzadeh R, Mortezazadeh AA, Dadjou A. The role of managers’ professional ethics in organizational excellence, with the mediation of job engagement. Iran J Bioethics 2017; 6(22): 59-70.


Professional Ethics; Organizational Excellence; Job Engagement

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