The effect of managers' organizational ethics on organizational effectiveness mediated by organizational health
Ethics is a must for all professions and organizations, and organizational effectiveness is the right thing to do and is the key to organizational success. The organization will be effective and capable if it is healthy. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of managers' organizational ethics on organizational effectiveness by mediating organizational health among Mashhad education staff. This paper is practical in terms of purpose, descriptive in nature, and in terms of survey method. The statistical population includes all staff of Mashhad Education Staff (753). To collect data, the organizational effectiveness questionnaire of Karam-e-Dokht (2011), the organizational health questionnaire of Hui et al. (1996) and the Atarian organizational ethics questionnaire (2007) were used. In order to analyze the data and respond to the research hypotheses, the structural equation modeling test and the path analysis of the research hypotheses were investigated. The results showed that the impact of organizational ethics on organizational effectiveness, the impact of organizational ethics on organizational health, the impact of organizational health on organizational effectiveness, and the mediating role of organizational health in the impact of organizational ethics on organizational effectiveness were significant at the level of 0. 95. Placed.