The relationship between managers' ideal intelligence as a hybrid model and employees' organizational commitment: a case study in Tehran University of Medical Sciences.J Med Ethics Hist Med. 2021; 14:8.JM
High ideal hybrid intelligence of managers is among the factors that can improve employees' organizational commitment. Therefore, this study aimed to determine the relationship between managers' ideal hybrid intelligence and employees' organizational commitment in the Vice Chancellors' Headquarters of Tehran University of Medical Sciences. This was a descriptive-analytical and cross-sectional study conducted in 2017 - 2018. The research sample size consisted of 86 senior and middle-level managers selected through census method, as well as 181 employees, selected using the Kerjecie and Morgan table. The research tool was an ideal hybrid intelligence questionnaire consisting of 102 questions on cultural, moral and spiritual intelligence, and also Meyer and Allens' organizational commitment questionnaire including 24 questions. Face validity and reliability of each questionnaire were confirmed by an expert panel and Chronbach's alpha method. The data were analyzed by SPSS software, and descriptive results were shown through mean and standard deviation, and analytical results by inferential tests. The results showed that the ideal hybrid intelligence of the Vice Chancellors' Headquarters managers and employees' organizational commitment were at a desirable level. Also, there was a significant correlation between cultural, moral and spiritual intelligence as constituents of the ideal hybrid intelligence of managers and employees' organizational commitment. We found that ideal hybrid intelligence may affect employees' organizational commitment, but it should be mentioned that other forms of intelligence may also affect organizational commitment.