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Khaef Elahi A A, Salarian M, Delkhah J. Designing a model for process of strong breaking and weak training culture in public organizations. ORMR. 2019; 8 (4) :45-70
URL: http://ormr.modares.ac.ir/article-28-19113-en.html
1- Faculty member , khaefelahi@gmail.com
2- . PhD. Student
3- Faculty member
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In the current century, the world is full of competition and unreliable environmental factors.The prerequisite for success in this field is to pay attention to the organizational culture and its changes. This paper is studying “process of strong breaking and weak training culture in Iranian state organizations”. Considering the research methodology, and using the theory of database, a suitable model was designed and tested. A sample of 25 university elites and experts selected by Snowball method, and with the help of exploratory and coding-focused interviews, 16 categories and 72 concepts obtained and then the final model presented with focused coding and selective coding. The proposed model tested and confirmed through data gathered by a validated questionnaire from 385 managers and experts of governmental organizations. In the outputs of confirmatory factor analysis LISREL8.80 software, since the factor loads of all standard model items are higher than 0.3 and the coefficients of the significant model are all above 1.96, also, fitting table indexes indicate that the model is appropriate, so all factor loads and path coefficients are meaningful. Therefore, not only the validity and reliability of the questionnaire confirmed, but also the relationships between the components of the model are acceptable. In the output of modeling the structural equations of SmartPLS software, since all the coefficients of the meaningful model are higher than 1.96, 95% of the results confirm the validation of the governing relationships on the components of the proposed model. That is, they have significant impact on each other and their path coefficient is showing the amount of effectiveness.

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Article Type: Qualitative Research | Subject: Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
Received: 2018/04/18 | Published: 2019/03/15

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