Explanation of model design and talent management system in universities
- Publisher: Yasuj University Of Medical Sciences
Armaghane Danesh Bimonthly Journal
(issn: 1728-6514, eissn: 1728-6506)
Talent management | Structural interpretive modelling | R5-920 | Medicine (General) | Systemic model
Background and aim: Nowadays talented human resources are considerd as the most important and valuable organizational asset. Proper management of these major asset, the the most essential task manager and the progress of any organization in this field is fierce competition with competitor. The aim of this study was to develop a model system for talent management in universities in the country.
Methods: In this study the population was composed of 10 Azad Universities university faculty members include of specialists and human resource managers at the national level the country. Data were collected from questionnaires that approved by Cronbach's alpha reliability was used. Interpretive Structural Equation Modeling were applied for interactive display input and output elements. Input and output components of the talent management system to help Grounded theory and literature were identified. The data were analyzed by t-test and Vlnykaksvn.
Results: The results showed that talent management can lead to individual and organizational elevation, as the highest level of academic performance. The research findings indicate that the results or outputs of individual talent management, are prior to the organizational results.
Conclussion: Based on the findings and outcomes obtained, it is recommended to university authorities to identify talent, develop their talents and try their best to maintain their dominant reality.