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Designing and Validating a Model for Developing of an Individual Development Plan in Ansar Bank


 Start Page 81 | End Page 103


 The purpose of this study was to design and validat an individual development plan in Ansar Bank. The research method was a mixed approach. The statistical society of this research includes all administrators and employees of Ansar Bank, as well as human resource development experts working in different organizations with writings and experiences in the field of individual development planning. Sampling in the qualitative part of the research was done purposefully, and in the quantitative section, it was done randomly. Semi-structured interviews and self-designed questionnaires were used to collect data. Content validity of the questionnaire was confirmed by experts and its reliability was assessed by Cronbach's alpha test. To analyze the findings of the qualitative section, open and axial qualitative analysis was used and a single-sample T-test was used to analyze the quantitative data. In total, qualitative findings were classified into 14 main themes: development strategy; comprehensive human resources management system; audience analysis (identification of individual needs); appraisal and merit analysis; goal setting; identification of organizational needs; organizational managers; outcomes; Feedback; the determination of education and development methods; the existence of timing; the development of culture; the elaboration of an executive mechanism; and the Evaluation of the results. The fourteen themes extracted from the data analysis were eventually divided into three general categories: executive components, supportive components, and outcomes. The findings of the quantitative section showed that the various components of the model are valid from the perspective of the employees and managers of Ansar Bank and have the ability to implement in the bank.


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