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Employees' Empowerment and Management Strategies: Case study of Governmental Organizations of Kerman

Author Affiliations

  • 1Member of scientific board, Management Department, Islamic Azad University of Kerman, IRAN
  • 2 Governmental Management, PhD degree, Islamic Azad University of Kerman, IRAN

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 3, Issue (9), Pages 128-137, September,2 (2014)


The purpose of present essay is surveying relationship between empowering employees and using management strategies in governmental organizations of Kerman. This research has been done with cross- sectional studies and correlation method in a population of 198 employees in governmental organizations of Kerman and choosing 322 staffs with cluster sampling. For collecting information, two standard and revised questionnaires were used which their reliability and validity has been measured. Statistical analysis was conducted by Pearson and Spearman’s correlation tests, independence test, tests of Chi-squared and Anova, multiple regression with SPSS software. Obtained results showed that there was a relationship between empowering staffs and using management strategies in governmental organizations of Kerman. Analysts suggest that there is a significant relationship between components of employees’ empowerment such as sense of competence, sense of efficacy, significant and trust sense with using management strategies. According to the results of research, it has been suggested that managers of governmental organizations should empower employees by improving and increasing management strategies and destroying powerlessness and helplessness states of employees to make them feel that they are a significant member of organization and valuable assets.


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