Paper Information

Journal:   A RESEARCH QUARTERLY IN MILITARY MANAGEMENT   SPRING 2015 , Volume 15 , Number 57 #L0074; Page(s) 102 To 119.
 
Paper: 

FEASIBILITY STUDY OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PERSONNEL ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AT IMAM ALI MILITARY UNIVERSITY

 
 
Author(s):  FADAEI NEDA, GHORBANI REZA
 
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Abstract: 

This study was an attempt to investigate feasibility study of the implementation of personnel organizational learning at Imam Ali Military University. The study was conducted through a descriptive field study, to do so, 40 organizational learning questionnaires (Nif 2001) were randomly distributed among personnel of deputies of research and educational affairs and also faculties of Imam Ali Military University. The reliability of the questionnaire was estimated using Cronbach Alpha method releasing 83% through SPSS analysis and its validity was confirmed by the experts. As a descriptive statistic, both mean and standard deviation analysis were run to analyze the data. To generalize the data, both variance analysis and one sample t-test were run. The findings revealed that the obtained t is significant in the following components at the level of p<0.01 and it is significantly feasible to implement the personal organizational learning, these components including joint prospect (t=2.699), organizational culture (t=3.108) and development of staff worthiness (t=2.738). Moreover, the obtained t is not significant in the following components and it is not feasible to implement the personal organizational learning, these components including teamwork and group learning (t=.572), shared knowledge (t=1.462), systematic thinking (t=1.702) and joint leadership (t=.876). The findings also revealed that the obtained t (t=2.397) is significant at the level of p<0.05 and it can be concluded that it is feasible to implement the personal organizational learningat Imam Ali Military University.

 
Keyword(s): ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING, LEARNING ORGANIZATION, IMAM ALI MILITARY UNIVERSITY
 
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