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Designing an Empowerment pattern for Sepah bank staff Based on Organizational Learning


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 Competition in today's world is not having assets but having two other essential elements. One is investing in knowledge and learning in the organization, and the other one is the training of capable employees. The purpose of this study was to design a staff empowerment model based on organizational learning. The research method has been used in terms of qualitative-quantitative nature (mixed) in terms of applied type and in mixed research methods, exploratory method is used sequentially. The data collection tool was semi-structured in the qualitative section of the interview and a researcher made questionnaire in the quantitative section. The statistical community in the qualitative sector is the knowledge and expertise of human resources in the banking system and universities. Sampling was done using a non-probabilistic sampling method including targeted techniques (snowball chains), based on which 18 interviews with experts in the banking industry took place and from among them, it was interviewed with 10 people through the focal group. For analysis of qualitative information, content analysis and open, axial and selective coding method is used and in this way, the MAXQDA2018 software is used. The statistical populations in the quantitative chiefs of staff and managers of Sepah bank branches in Tehran province were 322 people. A sample of 175 people was identified using the Cochran formula & stratified sampling. For analyzing quantitative data, structural equation and PLC software have been used. The obtained pattern includes organizational learning relationships and empowerment of employees, components, indicators and impacts of empowerment based on organizational learning. Based on research findings, empowerment of employees based on organizational learning leads to productivity, dynamism and agility.



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