Studying the Influence of Effective Factors of Organizational Learning on Human Resource Productivity - The Case of Western Educational Organizations of Isfahan

Mohammad Hossein Moshref Javadi, Arash Shahin


The purpose of this research was to study the impact of effective factors of organizational learning on human resource productivity of western educational organizations in the city of Isfahan in Iran. Based on research objective, the following hypotheses were considered: Analyzing the impact of continual training on manpower productivity, analyzing the impact of knowledge production and employees’ cooperation of practical decision on manpower productivity, analyzing the impact of supporting and encouraging employees by managers on manpower productivity, analyzing the impact to being flexible and experimental morale of personnel on manpower productivity. Research methodology was descriptive survey in which 25 questions were distributed among the employee of the organizations by using cluster sampling. The statistical population of the research included all of the western educational organizational employees in which 208 samples were selected according to the cluster sampling. Descriptive analysis and student t test were applied for analyses of data. The research results indicated that employees continued training, supporting and encouraging by the managers, and having flexible and experimental morale have positive effects on manpower productivity, but knowledge production and employees cooperation in job decisions have not had that much impact on manpower productivity.

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International Journal of Human Resource Studies  ISSN 2162-3058


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