Document Type : Original Article

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1 Ph.D Condidate of public Management, Department of Management, Islamic Azad University, Sirjan Branch, Sirjan, Iran.

2 Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Payam Noor University, Tehran, Iran

3 Associate Professor, Department of Management, Islamic Azad University, Sirjan Branch, Sirjan, Iran

10.22054/dcm.2022.69357.1142

Abstract

Nowadays, many studies carried out by management science researchers have been oriented towards working groups in order to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization's activities, in such a way that the topic of teamwork has always been assigned a special place in the literature of leading organizations. On the other hand, the issue that seems to have been less examined by the researchers, is understanding the phenomenon of evading teamwork. Therefore, this study has been conducted with the aim of understanding the phenomenon of evading teamwork with a phenomenological approach in the General Department of Cooperation, Labor and Social Welfare of Fars Province. The research method of the present study was conducted with qualitative analysis of hermeneutic phenomenology. In order to collect the data, an interview protocol was prepared. The statistical population included 11 elligible experts who were selected using the purposeful and non-probability sampling method, and in-depth and semi-structured interviews were given to them. Qualitative analysis of phenomenology has been used to identify the main and sub-categories of the research. MAXQDA software was used for qualitative analysis. The findings showed that 39 sub-categories were identified by examining and categorizing the descriptive codes obtained from the interview texts, according to the seven-step process of Claysey and according to their semantic similarity and affinity, it has been categorized into 7 main concepts including: inadequacy of the educational system, negative personality traits, weak communication and interactions, inappropriate organizational structure,

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