The Impact of Organizational Spirituality on Successful Policy Implementation in the Light of Mediating and Moderating Variables with the Islamic Approach


  • Habibollah Taherpour Kalantari
  • Seyyed Mohammad Zahedi
  • Seyyed Habibollah Mirghafouri
  • Masoud Ahmadkhani



In this study, it has been attempted to identify the factors affecting policy executive performance with the Islamic approach and then to evaluate the relationship between them. The statistical population includes the staff and managers of the selected governmental organizations in Yazd. The sampling was done by cluster sampling method. The research was applied in terms of purpose and correlational in terms of the research method, which was collected through using a valid and reliable questionnaire and survey method. Due to the sample size required, 392 questionnaires were distributed. The results of the validity and reliability of the questionnaire were also acceptable. The constructs of the conceptual framework variables were identified using exploratory factor analysis. The identified factor structure was then considered as the base of the definition of hypotheses that indicate confirmation of the relationships between structures and components. These assumptions were tested through confirmatory factor analysis using LISREL 8.5 software. In this study, PLS software was used to measure the fit of the research model. The results indicated that the dimensions of spirituality had a direct impact on job satisfaction, work-family interaction, organizational culture, organizational commitment, and servant leadership. In addition, job satisfaction, organizational culture and servant leadership had a direct and significant impact on policy executive performance.