The effective role of managers and leaders’ political intelligence in organization fundamental changes are undeniable. Political intelligence is the intelligence with which the leaders can make influence over appropriate changes in organization. Political intelligence is one of the social skills that a transformational leader must know well and use it for more Effectiveness in organizational change. Each organization Culture has an important role in acceptance of change by employees and staff readiness to change. The leaders make culture through a process of social influence and with impact on employees, guiding them towards the realization of the noble objectives of the organization. In this paper, the impact of political intelligence on organizational change in government agencies of Guilan as well as moderating role of organization a culture, regarding political intelligence and organizational changes is examined. The research data has been collected from the government agencies of Guilan. This research is practical and its method is descriptive and a survey which collect information through questionnaires. For data analysis, Structural equation modeling and algorithms of partial least squares are used. Results show that the political intelligence influence on organizational change and organizational culture moderate the relationship between political intelligence and organizational change. 


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