Organizational policy and its impact on the stages of crisis management (Exploratory study at the General Authority for Dams and Reservoirs - Iraqi Ministry of Water Resources - Baghdad)

Authors

  • Assistant teacher Rasha Ahmed Rajab Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.58564/EASJ/3.2.2024.5

Keywords:

organizational policy, crisis management, stages of crisis management

Abstract

The aim of the current research is to explore and understand organizational policy and its relationship to the stages of crisis management emerging in the field of work of the General Authority for Dams and Reservoirs of the Iraqi Ministry of Water Resources by adopting a main measurement tool from... To design a questionnaire and distribute it to a sample of (40) employees at the Authority’s headquarters in Bab Mostly in Baghdad to reach the desired results through the use of the statistical package (SPSS.V.25) with the aim of determining the relationship between the two research variables (organizational policy and stages of crisis management), as the research discovered that organizational policy With its dimensions that included (general political behavior, the policy of moving forward to achieve Self, wages and promotion policy) have a clear role and impact in the stages of crisis management (detecting warning signals, preparedness and prevention, containing and reducing damage, restoring activity, learning). The research recommended a number of recommendations to urge the organizations’ management to reduce the negative effects of organizational policy on the researched body, invest in its positive aspects, educate in awareness of its dimensions, and train on crisis management in its various stages according to the latest scientific methods and methods discovered.

Downloads

Published

2024-06-01

How to Cite

Assistant teacher Rasha Ahmed Rajab. (2024). Organizational policy and its impact on the stages of crisis management (Exploratory study at the General Authority for Dams and Reservoirs - Iraqi Ministry of Water Resources - Baghdad). Economic and Administrative Studies Journal , 3(2), 45–69. https://doi.org/10.58564/EASJ/3.2.2024.5

Issue

Section

Articles

Similar Articles

1 2 3 4 5 > >> 

You may also start an advanced similarity search for this article.