عنوان مقاله [English]
Today, widespread changes in the economic, social and competitive environment of organizations, their effectiveness has faced serious problems and has led them to become high-performance organizations. High-performance work systems are organizations that, by adopting a different management approach than other organizations, try to increase their level of performance through more employee participation and intervention in the organization's activities. The present study aims to explain the pattern of formation of high performance systems with the approach of reducing organizational disobedience in government organizations in order to fill the wide gap in the study of organizational behavior, to help organizations reduce the destructive consequences of organizational disobedience. Therefore, considering the combined approach in the qualitative sector, using the method of content analysis and in-depth interviews with 20 public management experts, has explained the theoretical model of high performance with the approach of organizational disobedience. This model consists of four main themes: 1) High-performance work procedures with an organizational disobedience reduction approach (procedures at the structural level and procedures at the team level); 2) results (team results and organizational results); 3) mediating conditions (vandalistic behaviors); 4) The conditions of the context (cultural context and organizational context). Then, in the second step, using the technique of confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling among 375 managers and employees of government organizations in Kohgiluyeh province, the resulting model was fitted, validated and tested. The results show that the relationships between the research variables are positive and significant.