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Evaluating talent management process of faculty members in Lorestan university of medical sciences: Mixed method research
M Mohammadi * , R Norouzi-kouhdasht , R Marzoughi, J Torkzadeh, Gh Salimi
planning &management dept, faculty of education &psychology, shiraz university, shiraz, Iran , m48r52@gmail.com
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Introduction: medical universities are responsible of education and community health promotion and faculty members play an important role to achieve this goal. So, this research has been done with the aim of evaluating talent management process of faculty members.
Methods: This is simultaneous and mixed method research.  In quantitative section descriptive – survey method was used and 124 faculty members of  Lorestan university of medical sciences selected as sample through cochran formula using stratified-random sampling method in 2017-2018.for gathering data Anbumathi &Chitra questionnaire was used. Validity and reliability was confirmed through factor analysis method and cronbach’s alpha. Collected data were analyzed by one-sample T test, mixed variance analysis using SPSS and AMOS. In qualitative section, faculty members’ experiences were studied by phenomenology method, purposive sampling and theoretical saturation,  instrument for collecting data was semi- structured  interview which confirmed through trustworthiness, credibility and fitting strategy, data analyzed by content analysis(open coding, basic content, organized and general).
Results: In quantitative section, faculty members’ satisfaction of  dimensions  of knowledge organization (2.91±0.44), work environment (2.59±0.39) and methods of human resource management (2.97±0.47) was evaluated lower than mean. In qualitative section, basic content in 3 categories of organized contents (knowledge organization, work environment, methods of human resource management) was around general content of quality of talent management process, so quantitative results confirmed by qualitative results.Also, results show that all sub process of quantitative section was not confirmed by faculty members’ experiences.
Conclusion: considering the dimensions of knowledge organization, work environment and methods of human resource management, improve quality of talent management process of faculty members in Lorestan university of medical sciences.
Keywords: Talent management, knowledge organization, work environment, human resource management
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