عضو هیئت علمی مؤسسۀ پژوهشی برنامه ریزی درسی و نوآوری های آموزشی
عنوان مقاله [English]
This paper tries to examine the significance of various theories and styles of management in creating innovations in an organization. Therefore, we firstly analyze the positive and negative factors from the standpoint of different theories, from classical to the systematic, judicial, circumstantial, learner organization, and chaos theory. We then discuss in detail the significance, role, and impact of each of these theories on producing thought and enriching the talents of the personnel. The studies show that in having an innovative manager and personnel are not enough in order to create innovations in an organization. Besides these two factors, the structure, strategy, environment, measures and organizational life cycle, the controlling power on human resources, culture, attitude, and style of management should persuade innovation and support it.
It will be shown that the systematic and cooperative systems, specially the theory of learning organization and cooperative and empowering styles in creating innovation by the personnel of the organization, are more efficient than other theories and styles. The nature and concept of learning organization, and cooperative and empowering styles help the personnel of an organization to get a joint understanding of the strategic thinking, and also share their knowledge and experiences. Moreover, they motivate the organization personnel to get together, gain a consistent and logical action and provide the infrastructures for innovation and change in the organization through group thinking.