Identifying the Dimensions and Components of Organizational Agility based on Human Resource Development to Provide a Model of Organizational Agility
Iranian journal of educational sociology
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the dimensions and components of organizational agility based on human resource development to provide a model of organizational agility in the Islamic Azad University of Tehran. Methodology: The present study was a mixed type (quantitative and qualitative) and at the same time it was an applied research. In this regard, the statistical population of the study includes all employees of the Islamic Azad University of Tehran in 2015-17, which was
... about 6735, and using Morgan table and Cochran's formula and multi-stage cluster sampling method and relative 386 employees of the university as The sample size was considered. Data collection method was based on a researcher-made questionnaire, research literature and semi-structured interviews. And Cronbach's alpha coefficient of research tool was calculated 0.919. After distributing and collecting the questionnaires, reviewing the information and testing the hypotheses was done using structural equation modeling and SPSS, LISREL software. Findings: Finally, the research findings confirmed the five dimensions, strategic, information technology, human, organizational and cultural, as dimensions affecting organizational agility based on human resource development. The results showed that the strategic dimension of the highest average and dimensions of information technology and human, organizational and cultural are in the next ranks. Finally, confirmatory factor analysis showed that the dimensions of organizational agility based on human resource development up to 71.282%, the variance of existing indicators of organizational agility based on human resource development explains. Conclusion: From the perspective of the studied sample, respectively, dimensions: strategic, information technology, human, organizational and cultural in the scale of measurement (1 to 4) have been important to a large extent and very much in organizational agility based on human resource development.