Document Type : Original Article


PhD Student, Department of Educational Management, Sari Branch, Islamic Azad University, Sari, Iran.



Human resource policies, by promoting the values of creativity, cooperation, independence and ambition among employees, create and sustain a suitable infrastructure for the development of new products, technologies, and organizational procedures. The research components in the second phase of the case were investigated. The process of conducting research in the way of data theory processing of the foundation consists of: research questions, note taking and data collection, analysis, theoretical sampling and theoretical saturation, writing and compiling theory and comparing texts. The analysis process starts with open coding and ideally it will end with selective coding. In order to collect the primary components, 50 domestic and foreign articles and book titles were studied with this number of samples. Received a comment After coding and categorizing the components (by 20 experts) using the Kendall coefficient, the reliability of the components was estimated at 88%. In the quantitative phase, the research environment included the teachers of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari provinces and there were 1400 people in the year 2017-2017. Using simple random sampling method, 296 people were estimated as the sample size. In quantitative data analysis including frequency distribution tables and graphs, factor analysis method and covariance based structural equation modeling approach were used in the inferential part. The results showed that the dimensions and components can be classified into 5 main dimensions and 50 components. According to the main loads, the research model has good validity.


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