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The roles of heads of departments, as one of the management pillars in higher education system, have not been sufficiently evaluated. Today, the heads of departments need a set of competencies or multiple intelligences to manage environmental issues. Hence, developing the heads of departments’ competencies is one of the major challenges in the higher education system. In this regard, this study was conducted to develop the competencies of heads of departments. For this purpose, a framework consisting of a broad set of competencies required in the form of multiple intelligences has been proposed, and the causal relations of intelligence using the fuzzy DEMATEL technique were studied. The results have shown that cognitive intelligence as the most influential and important intelligence belonging to causal group and innovative intelligence as the most effective intelligence belonging to effect group contribute to the development of management competencies of university departments.
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