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Alireza Omidi, Fereydoon Tondnevis, Seyyed Amir Ahmad Mozafari,
Volume 2, Issue 4 (12-2012)

The purpose of this study was to survey the relationship between organizational culture with knowledge management effectiveness and organizational effectiveness among selected sport organizations of Iran. For this purpose, 169 administrators and 209 experts have been selected using random sampling. The study scales consisted of Denison’s Organizational Culture Questionnaire (2007), Gold’s Knowledge Management Effectiveness Questionnaire (2001) and Chin’s Organizational Effectiveness Questionnaire (2004). To determine the face and content validity were used from panel of experts, construct validity (exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis) and reliability (alpha cronbach. Equation Modeling (SEM) was used to determine causal relationships and present of model. Results showed that organizational culture has a significant positive direct effective on KM effectiveness (P= 0/66). KM effectiveness has a significant positive direct effective on organizational effectiveness (P= 0/41) and organizational culture has a significant positive direct effective on organizational effectiveness (P=0/55) and finally organizational culture has a significant indirect effect on organizational effectiveness (P=0/31).
Mr Ali Halajian, Dr Mina Mostahfizian, Dr Hamid Reza Mirsafian, Dr Hamid Zahedi,
Volume 10, Issue 20 (11-2020)

The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the performance of Isfahan Municipality Cultural and Social Sports Organization based on the CIpp model with the approach of citizenship sports.The research method was descriptive in nature and applied in terms of purpose. In the qualitative stage of the research, first the preliminary questions of the interview were created by studying the sources related to the research, collecting information and reviewing the research.The interviewees at this stage were experts in the field of civic sports who were purposefully selected.Then, Delphi method was used in four stages to correct and improve the interview questions. In the quantitative stage of the research, the questions of the questionnaire were extracted after evaluating the themes, in the form of 94 questions, and were implemented among 113 citizen sports experts. The results showed that all four dimensions of context, input, output and process in the evaluation of the performance of this organization are higher than the average level, but need to be improved and increased. Also, evaluation and feedback on the developed programs is necessary both during and after the implementation of the program, because performance evaluation was relatively effective in achieving the goals of this program.

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