Courage to make decisions and its role in strategic creativity - an analytical study of a sample of leaders at the University of Kufa
Keywords:courage in making decisions, strategic creativity, University of Kufa
The research aims to identify the role of courage in making decisions in promoting strategic creativity represented by its dimensions (creative human resource, strategic alignment, organizational readiness, creativity techniques), and the study problem was what is the role of virtuous leadership behaviors in promoting the strategic creativity of leaders in the organization in question. The descriptive analytical approach, this study was conducted at the University of Kufa, and the data was collected by means of a questionnaire based on international standards, and the questionnaire was distributed randomly by (140) questionnaire forms, and the retrieved of them were (125) forms, and the forms valid for analysis were (115) ) Form Two main hypotheses were tested, and the study used a number of statistical methods and the applied program (SPSS V. 24) necessary for data analysis and processing. And obtaining the most important study results: there is a significant correlation between courage in making decisions and strategic creativity, and there is a significant effect between courage in decision-making and strategic creativity, and the study made a set of recommendations, the most important of which are: The university should work to enhance courage in decision-making among leaders when It has a positive impact on creativity in a holistic way, providing dimensions of strategic creativity that enable leaders to develop their creative ideas and creativity becomes at all levels of the university.
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