A Study on Determining the Level of Individual, Procedural and Organizational Maturity Based on Integrated Pattern of People – Capability Maturity Model: (P-CMM) and 3- Dimensional Pattern of Organizational Maturity in Production and Industrial Organizati

Iraj Soltani, Reihaneh Bahrami Nejad Joneghani, AhamdAli Bozorgzad

Abstract


Excellence of the organization depends on directing improvements in all the fields and organizational dimensions. Excellence of the organization requires organizational maturity in three individual, procedural and organizational levels. The present research has been performed with the purpose of measuring the rate of organizational maturity in Mobarakeh Steel Company during 1389 in which from statistical population of managers and experts 105 out of 140 individuals have been selected based on Morgan Table. A questionnaire for determining the level of organizational maturity was designed for measuring the rate of organizational maturity and data were analyzed using SPSS and Minitab software and T, ANOVA Tests, post-test TUKEY and Pearson correlation coefficient. Studying reliability and internal stability of the test indicated that reliability for the questionnaire is 0.910 for measuring the rate of individual maturity, it is 0.952 for measuring the rate of procedural maturity, it is 0.934 for measuring the rate of organizational maturity, and in general, it is 0.962 for measuring total organizational maturity. The results show that the rate of individual maturity in Mobarakeh Steel Company is 81.18 %; it is 62.48% for procedural maturity, and 67.32% for organizational maturity.


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