عنوان مقاله [English]
The Unintended Consequences resulting from organizational Climate of a college is investigated in two phases. In the first phase, 86 professors and 288 students were selected randomly, and the organizational Climate was investigated descriptively by distributing questioners among them. The indicators of descriptive statistics, independent T test, univariate and multivariable variance analysis were applied for analyzing the data. In the second phase, the unintended consequences were identified by qualitative methods using semi-organized questionnaires and observation. 80 students were interviewed selectively and the outcomes were reviewed through qualitative analysis. The comments of experts were applied for validity and reliability of the results. The results indicated that: The organizational Climate was slightly below average; Students described the Climate to be more rigid than that described by the professors; Differences among faculties were not significant; The Unintended Consequences of obedience, admitting organizational authority, adaptation, pretention and role playing for gaining success, reluctance to work in group, superficial learning for getting higher scores, political dependence, were at a high level in the students; Intention to give suggestions, critical attitude, and high self-esteem existed among the students.