Perceived Organizational Reputation, South West Power Generation Company, Structural Equations Modeling, Empowerment
Mousavi, Seyede Ameneh
Albonaeimi, Dr. Ebrahim
Andervazh, Dr. Leila
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The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effective factors of perceived organizational reputation in South West Power Generation Management Company.
The statistical population of the study was all of staffs of South West Power Generation Management Company. Among them, 174 people were selected as a sample by available sampling method. The tool of the study was a questionnaire, which its reliability was confirmed at the level of 0.841 by Cranach's alpha standard, the gathered data were analyzed by the method of Structural equation analysis (SEM analysis) and with utilizing from Amos Software. The findings showed that leadership style (transformational and transactional) and merit-based empowerment have effect on perceived organizational reputation, but control-based empowerment doesn’t have any effect on perceived organizational reputation.